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Stirring Up Food Safety Discussions On HHS Officials' Agenda In Beijing

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Department of Health and Human Services senior officials are consulting with Chinese food and drug regulators in China to "pave the way" for discussions on developing U.S.-China agreements for increased safety of food and feed and on drugs and medical devices, according to HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt

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