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FDA Intellectual Bias Policy Takes Wolfe Off Contraceptives Safety Review

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FDA offered Public Citizen’s Sidney Wolfe a seat at the table for discussion, but no vote. Members need to report relevant information about their conflicts in a timely manner, the agency says.

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