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ALS Treatments Questioned by FDA. David Wahlberg. Cox News Service. 2003-03-29.
URL: http://www.gjsentinel .com/news/content/coxnet/headlines/0329_als.html
State's little-known history of shameful science California's role in Nazis' goal of 'purification.' Tom Abate. San Francisco Chronicle. 2003-03-10.
FDA Asks HHS Inspector General to Investigate FDA-Sponsored Clinical Trial. FDA Press Release. 2003-03-21.
Related: McClellan MB. Letter to HHS Office of Inspector General. [FDA / RIHSC Protocol #98-006-F Army Grant #MIPR-8931 (Army/FDA IAG 224-98-2568): Bone 97 A Dietary Strategy to Maximize Bone Mass in U.S. Naval Academy Mid-Shipmen] 2003-03-21. Available from http://www.fda.gov/oc/mcclellan/navalacademy.html
Holladay BJ. FDA Establishment Inspection Report Issued to Mona S. Calvo M.D. 2003-02-25 through 27, 2003-03-05 and 06. Available from http://web.archive.org/web/20030422055557/http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/NEWS/eir_Calvo.html
Rogers MC. Memo to File. 2003-03-21. Available from http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/NEWS/memo.html
Age-Retardation: Scientific Possibilities and Moral Challenges / Working Paper. The President's Council on Bioethics. 2003-03.
Gene therapy trials are restored by FDA despite cancer cases. Raja Mishra. The Boston Globe. 2003-03-01.
URL: http://www.boston.com/ dailyglobe2/060/nation/Gene_therapy_trials_are_restored_by_FDA_despite_cancer_cases+.shtml
CDC Anthrax Study Violated Privacy Regs. Steve Mitchell. The Washington Times. 2003-01-18.
URL: http://washingtontimes. com/upi-breaking/20021223-015042-5842r.htm
Hutch Settles Consent Case out of Court. David Heath. The Seattle Times. 2003-01-15.
URL: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/PrintStory.pl? document_id=134615684&zsection_id=268448406&slug=hutch15&date=20030115
New HHS Panel Makeup Draws Ire of Patient Advocates. Rick Weiss. The Washington Post. 2003-01-05.
URL: http://www. washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A11063-2003Jan4.html
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