FDA: Century Of Consumer Protection commemorates the 100th anniversary of the enactment of the 1906 Pure Food and Drugs Act. This spirited and unprecedented book is the only book commemorating the centennial of the law that brought foods and drugs under federal regulatory jurisdiction. The book includes a preface by the FDA Acting Commissioner, eleven major chapters covering all aspects of FDA during the last century, personal reminiscences by current and former FDAers, and photographs depicting the FDA story.
The 43 contributing authors, selected by a committee of former FDA commissioners,
deputy commissioners, and general counsels, write captivating accounts based on their personal experiences and knowledge.
||Edited by Wayne L. Pines
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||Mar 01, 2006