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January 29, 2008

White House Considering Consumer Product Safety Commission Candidates

Annys Shin reported in the Washington Post Saturday that the White House is considering Gail Charnley to replace Nancy A. Nord as chairman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.  Charnley, who has a doctorate in toxicology from MIT, has a consulting firm, HealthRisk Strategies.  She has been been a member of several high-level government advisory panels and was the director of an NAS toxicology program in the mid-1990s. 


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