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August 27, 2010
Not Your Usual FDA Hearing
You always had to wonder how the move of appointing Sidney Wolfe to the Drugs Safety and Risks Management Committee at the FDA was going to work out. The signs of friction are appearing. I'm with the InVivo Blog: this is the first time I've heard of an FDA committee cutting off the microphone on one of its own members. And you'd think that everyone involved would be able to manage things so that didn't happen - wouldn't you?
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