In Brief: Former FDA Commissioner Young
Former FDA Commissioner Young: Retires from position as director of HHS' Office of Emergency Preparedness and National Disaster Assistance on July 31, after three years at that post. Frank Young, MD, was FDA commissioner from 1984 to 1989 and deputy assistant HHS secretary for Health, Science and the Environment from late 1989 to 1993. Young, an ordained minister, will become the education director at the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Potomac, Md...
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