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7) A good source of information about FDA overcaution is the FDA Review website organized by Daniel Klein of George Mason University (www.
It is high time that the Government stopped dithering and abandoned its overcaution, " Mr Kennedy said in his annual New Year's message.
It is high time that the Government stopped dithering and abandoned its overcaution,'' Mr Kennedy says in his annual New Year's message.
The think tanks have used the money to produce ``a steady stream of reports, fact sheets, op-ed articles and newspaper, radio and television advertisements purporting to document the FDA's deadly overcaution and bullying of manufacturers,'' states the study by Public Citizen, a consumer watchdog group founded by Ralph Nader, scheduled for release today.
Shortsightedness and overcaution, he adds, have rippled through the scientific community.