SENATE APPROVES CRAWFORD AS FDA COMMISSIONER pproved Lester Crawford as permanent commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration by a margin of 78 to 16. Crawford has served as acting commissioner for the past year and also from February to November 2002. His nomination, first announced in February, has been marked by controversy, including allegations (since dismissed) that he inappropriately promoted a woman colleague with whom he had had an affair, and debates over drug safety issues ...

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