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Turnaround at FDA's Drug Center: An Interview with Janet Woodcock

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Janet Woodcock returned to the Center for Drug Evaluation & Research after four years as FDA commissioner Andrew von Eschenbach's right-hand woman. We talked to her about why she went back, how things have changed and the challenges that lie ahead.

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