The new FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg will be giving up much of her income, reports the Wall Street Journal. Along with her husband, Peter Fitzhugh Brown, Hamburg made $10 million last year, mainly from Brown's hedge fund holdings and stocks (as FDA chief, she'll bring in $150,000).

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