Drive to Add FDA Drug Police In India Delayed
7/22/2014 9:20:18 AM
Five months after the top U.S. drug regulator promised to expand the office that polices Indian companies that make medicine for U.S. patients, an exodus of workers is cramping the effort. The Food and Drug Administration offices in India are now being run by Carl Sciacchitano, who is also the FDA’s senior adviser for scientific international affairs. The agency is seeking a new leader for the unit following Altaf Lal’s departure a year after taking the job. Atul Agrawal, the supervisory consumer safety officer, has also departed.
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