Building the Right Foundation: An Interview with Mark McClellan
This article was originally published in RPM Report
The Reagan-Udall Foundation is an early priority for FDA in implementing the landmark legislation enacted by Congress in 2007. It is also a lightning road for criticism from Congress about the agency's relationship with regulated industry. We asked foundation chairman Mark McClellan for a status report.
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