The FDA Turns 100

One hundred years ago, President Theodore Roosevelt signed the Pure Food and Drugs Act into law. That laid the groundwork for the nation's oldest consumer protection agency, the Food and Drug Administration.

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Joanne Silberner, NPR health policy correspondent

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