FDA’s Gottlieb Says His Departure Won’t Stop Forward Progress On Key Initiatives
Outgoing commissioner say he has 'extreme confidence' in soon-to-be-acting Commissioner Ned Sharpless and other agency leaders, and expects initiatives advanced during his tenure will be ‘encapsulated and enshrined in regulation and policy’ because they are built on a solid administrative record.
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