This Week in Science

In this week's issue of Science, there's an interview with Margaret Hamburg, the new FDA Commissioner, about her views on the organization's changing roles as well as her thoughts on how to bolster confidence in the agency. She says, "I hope a hallmark of my tenure as FDA commissioner is to establish that FDA is a science-driven agency and that, as we make critical regulatory decisions, we welcome and foster the input of all of our scientists and outside experts."

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