FDA Nominee Defends Actions on Morning-After Pill
Andrew von Eschenbach, President Bush's nominee to head the Food and Drug Administration, finally got his chance to make his case before a Senate committee.
But his fate is now wrapped up in a fight over whether to approve over-the-counter access to the so-called morning-after birth-control pill -- as well as broader questions about the intersection of science and politics.
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