by Tom Wheeler
"The principles underpinning the industrial era rules remain valid today, they simply need updating to reflect the capabilities of the new technology." writes the former FCC Chairman.
SOURCE: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
by Vanessa Burrows
A case study of the FDA crackdown on the charlatan who sold Americans a bogus bill of goods.
by Suzy Evans
Like many crises, it ended with calls for reform.
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