Top House Republicans Demand FDA Documents About Infant Formula Shortage

  • Top House Republicans are asking the Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf for documents on the agency’s response to the infant formula shortage.
  • House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer and Health Care and Financial Services Subcommittee Chairwoman  Lisa McClain said in the letter Tuesday that “instead of removing or reassigning the individuals at fault for the poor response to this crisis” the agency responded to the crisis by restructuring its food and nutrition division.
  • “The committee is concerned that the FDA’s restructuring is a superficial attempt – rather than a real effort – to bring accountability and make meaningful changes,” they also wrote.
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