The Role of The FDA Today in The US

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a governmental agency that traces its roots to one employee in the Department of Agriculture in 1862. Today the FDA employs about 15,000 people with a budget in 2014 of $4.4 billion. Those funds are part of the federal budget, and come from tax revenues. The FDA is charged with enforcing laws… Read more →

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