On Monday, the Reagan-Udall Foundation released its report evaluating the FDA’s tobacco program, and its findings are remarkable, if not shocking.
The expert panel cited numerous examples where the agency lacked sufficient strategic planning, useful and timely guidance, and internal leadership on critical issues, such as finding a balance between science and policy.
The Reagan-Udall panel goes as far as to say that FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products has “struggled to function as a regulator in part due to its own policy choices.”
Joining us today to discuss the report is Tony Abboud, Executive Director of the Vapor Technology Association.
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Released: December 20, 2022
Produced by Brent Stafford
This episode is supported by DEMAND VAPE