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President Bush Announced His Intention to Nominate Mark McClellan to be Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration
President George W. Bush and Dr. Mark McClellan (left) listen to Tommy Thompson, Secretary of Health and Human Services, during a meeting in the Oval Office Wednesday, September 25, 2002. During the meeting President Bush announced Dr. McClellan, as nominee to be Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration. Dr. McClellan is currently a member of the President's Council on Economic Advisors, and he also serves as a senior policy director for health care and related economic issues for the White House. White House photo by Tina Hager.

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