Califf Deftly Defuses Sunscreen, DSHEA Probes In Confirmation Hearing
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA commissioner nominee Robert Califf suggests adequate evidence is key to moving sunscreen TEAs through FDA’s evaluation process during his Senate confirmation hearing. He just as smoothly handled HELP Committee members’ questions about DSEHA and FDA rulemaking.
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