HHS Asst. Secty. for Health candidate
Robert Windom, MD, has been added to the list of candidates to fill the post of Asst. Secty. for Health, the number two spot at the Health and Human Services department. Donald MacDonald, MD, has been acting Asst. Secty. for Health since Otis Bowen, MD, became Secty. in November. Windom, 55, is a Sarasota, Fla. internist who has been in practice since 1960.
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