Margaret Hamburg had her work cut out for her when President Obama named her Food and Drug Administration commissioner last year, and she wasted no time standing up to the job. Following a wave of food recalls that had shaken the food industry, Hamburg stepped in as head of an agency that was “a bit fragmented,” she said, and whose communication lines were tangled. In that atmosphere, Hamburg saw that the FDA needed some reorganizing, and, at the same time, she put food ...
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