Who Should Be The Next FDA Commissioner? David Kessler Weighs In
Former FDA Commissioner David Kessler has a few ideas about the kind of person President-elect Barack Obama should pick to succeed Andrew von Eschenbach at FDA after he takes office Jan. 20
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Steve Nissen has been getting the most attention, but there are plenty of other possibilities. Here are some of the names we’ve heard.