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Hurewitz, Michael (1945-2002) "Debate rages over Rx for FDA"

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09640.219.01 Author/Creator: Hurewitz, Michael (1945-2002) Place Written: New York, New York Type: Newspaper clipping Date: 17 September 1981 Pagination: 27.8 x 30

Summary of Content: One newspaper article entitled, "Debate rages over Rx for FDA," written by Mike Hurewitz dated September 17, 1981. Article is part two of a three-part series related to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reviewal process for new drugs. Article mentions congrassional committees involved; the timing of new drugs reaching patients once approved; and legislation pushing the review to move faster.

People: Hurewitz, Michael, 1945-2002

Historical Era: 1945 to the Present

Subjects: DrugsCongressPoliticsMedical HistoryMedicine

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