The FDA tasks the Reagan-Udall Foundation with a whitewash review

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The Food and Drug Administration has problems in many of the product areas it oversees. These include the slow approval of drugs, unnecessary and prolonged shortages of infant formula, and the problematic, ineffective regulation of tobacco products. To his credit, FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf seems to realize his agency has issues.

He commissioned a report to recommend corrective actions.

So far, so good.

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