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Food scares and drug scandals have raised serious concerns over the F.D.A.’s ability to regulate effectively. A look at the resources and direction at the Food and Drug Administration, and why some are hoping for significant changes under the next administration.
- Gardiner Harris Science reporter for "The New York Times"
- Alan Goldhammer, PhD Associate vice president for regulatory affairs at the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA)
- Dr. Sidney Wolfe Director of the Health Research Group at Public Citizen; editor of WorstPills.org
- Rep. Rosa DeLauro U.S. Congresswoman, representing Connecticut's 3rd district; chairwoman of the Agriculture-FDA Appropriations Subcommittee
- William Hubbard Former associate commissioner for the Food and Drug Administration; spokesperson for the Alliance for a Stronger FDA
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