Politics at the FDA Five FDA advisers assigned to review the agency's policies say it does not adequately protect the public from unsafe drugs. Dr. Curt Furberg of Wake Forest and health care journalist Fran Hawthorne, author of Inside the FDA, discuss the results.
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Politics at the FDA

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Five FDA advisers assigned to review the agency's policies say it does not adequately protect the public from unsafe drugs.

Dr. Curt Furberg of Wake Forest University and health care journalist Fran Hawthorne, author of Inside the FDA: The Business and Politics Behind the Drugs We Take and the Food We Eat, discuss the results.

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