WASHINGTON — Groups of lawmakers from the U.S. House and Senate sent separate letters to U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg last week, expressing serious concerns regarding the process the agency has used during its review of genetically engineered salmon. “Critical information has been kept from the public and consequently, only FDA and [AquaBounty Technologies, which developed the genetically modified salmon] know important details about the approval process,” ...
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