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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Witnesses include: David W. Feigal, Director, Food & Drug Administration (FDA); Vern Feltner, President, Alliance Medical Corporation; John H. Fielder, Professor of Philosophy, Ethics Consultant, Villanova University; Philip Grossman; Bruce D. Lindsay, Associate Professor of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine; Walter G. Maurer, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, on behalf of the American Hospital Association; Robert H. O'Holla, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Johnson & Johnson; C. Griffin Trotter, Center for Healthcare Ethics; & Laurence West. Also, material submitted for the record by National Consumers League.Upton, Fred is the author of 'Reuse Of Single-use Medical Devices Hearing Before The Committee On Commerce, U.s. House Of Representatives', published 2000 under ISBN 9780756711979 and ISBN 0756711975.
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