Report Could Sway FDA Device Review Process

Reuters, July 26, 2011. President of the National Research Center for Women & Families Diana Zuckerman is critical of the FDA for not moving sooner to make changes to the device approval process. She says “the whole process is illogical” and “in some kind of ideal world the FDA would have come out with these proposals and implemented them.”

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Risky Pelvic Mesh Highlights Concerns about FDA Process

MSNBC, July 26, 2011. An article on problems with pelvic mesh devices highlights concerns about the FDA medical device approval process. It references a study done by Diana Zuckerman and Paul Brown of the National Research Center for Women & Families which concludes that the FDA approval process needs to be more rigorous.

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