FDA HOUSE HEARINGS COULD BEGIN AS EARLY AS LAST WEEK IN FEBRUARY; FDA REFORM WILL HAPPEN IN 1995, COMMERCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN REP. BLILEY DECLARES
Hearings on FDA could begin in the House as early as the last week of February in the Commerce/Oversight Subcommittee, full committee Chairman Rep. Bliley (R-Va.) said during an address to the National Committee for Quality Health Care Feb. 1 in Washington, D.C.
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