Glaxo executive opposes splitting FDA reviews

GlaxoSmithKline's R&D chairman opposes creation of a separate agency to monitor the safety of FDA-approved drugs. Tachi Yamada said splitting the process is a hazardous idea and drugs should be reviewed in their totality. Separately, a Journal and Constitution editorial supports the proposal to create an agency independent of the FDA because the agency no longer has the trust of the public.

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