Hamburg pledges to bring back public trust in FDA

Dr. Margaret Hamburg, commissioner-designate of the FDA, emphasized the need to boost public confidence in the agency, saying it could regain the people's trust by monitoring medical products more closely and creating a food-safety system that prioritizes risk prevention. As commissioner, she would "create an environment where scientists feel very free to raise issues and concerns without any fear of retaliation," Hamburg said.

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