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FDA "National Security" Mission: Counterfeiting And Bioterrorism?

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA should heighten its focus on product security to ensure counterfeiting does not take place, not only for consumer safety, but to cut off a source of income for terrorists, asserted House Energy & Commerce Committee Senior Counsel Alan Slobodin.

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