Woodcock Said To Have Guided Hydroxychloroquine EUA In ‘Brokered Compromise’ To Limit Use
In whistleblower complaint, Rick Bright claims FDA Commissioner Hahn advocated for distributing hydroxychloroquine to pharmacies across the US, a departure from the approved emergency use authorization. Bright's complaint paints CDER Director Woodcock in a favorable light, saying she helped avoid an expanded access IND protocol for the potential coronavirus treatment.
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