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Our Top Ten Items from a Year Most Want to Forget

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From the bear market, to the growing management credibility gap, to GPO whistleblowers, 2002 was a year most of us are glad to have behind us. But within the gloom, some glimmers of hope: most important among them is a sense of directionality at athe FDA following the appointment of a new commissioner.

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