What Will A Trump Presidency Mean For The FDA?

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This Oct. 14, 2015, file photo shows the Food and Drug Administration campus in Silver Spring, Md. (Andrew Harnik, File/AP)

As a candidate, President-elect Trump showed disdain for big government, the heavy hand of regulation and the Food and Drug Administration. Some of his advisers and members of Congress are also critics of the agency.

That has public health advocates worried. But what changes are we likely to see?

Here & Now‘s Robin Young discusses the possibilities with Sheila Kaplan (@BySheilaKaplan), Washington correspondent for STAT.


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