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As DC Speculates on Democrats in 2009, Some Old FDA Hands Come Into View

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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No matter who wins, the 2008 Presidential election means there will be widespread personnel changes across key federal health agencies. Two ex-FDA officials look particularly ready to resurface should the Democrats take back the White House.

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