Chris Arps, Co-host of The Tim Jones and Chris Arps Show
The Food and Drug Administration is in damage control mode following a series of self-inflicted mishaps ranging from the baby formula crisis to the backlash generated following its many proposed changes to tobacco policy.
Less than a month after hiring an MSNBC talking head to assist with the agency’s public messaging efforts, the FDA announced it was commissioning a review of its food and tobacco programs as criticisms mount. The review, to be carried out by the independent Reagan-Udall Foundation, will examine the department’s operations as FDA Commissioner Robert Califf pushes for expanded authorities despite ongoing missteps.
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