Susan Wood

Former Assistant Commissioner for Women's Health at the FDA

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Research Professor at George Washington University’ School of Public Health and Health Services; former Assistant Commissioner for Women's Health at the Food and Drug Administration who resigned her position in August, 2005 over the FDA’s refusal to grant approval to Plan B (morning-after pill) emergency contraception

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