CDER’s Counter-Terrorism, Emergency Coordination Operations Get New Home
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Agency staff involved in medical countermeasure drug development and coordination of emergency activities will move into CDER director’s office, which also now houses the drug shortages program.
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