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Human subject protections

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FDA Commissioner Henney will be among witnesses testifying before a Government Reform/Criminal Justice, Drug Policy & Human Resources Subcommittee hearing on institutional review boards and federal protections for human research subjects May 3. Subcommittee Chairman Mica (R-Fla.) called the hearing in response to two Inspector General reports on IRBs (1"The Pink Sheet" April 17, p. 28). Also among the witnesses will be NIH Acting Director Ruth Kirschstein, MD, NIH Office of Protection from Research Risks Acting Director Gary Ellis, PhD and Deputy Inspector General George Grob

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