A Toolkit for Fixing FDA: Hearing Aids, Plate Glass and a Crystal Ball
01 July 2005Regulatory Affairs Focus
In recent months, the best minds in American medicine, public policy and journalism have contributed ideas to the debate about “fixing FDA.” There emerges no consensus about whether the FDA is broken or, among those who think it is, what should be done to fix the agency’s perceived flaws.
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