Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 28th, 1997
Officials of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission met with CDC officials to discuss those and other charges, including repeated failure to calibrate meters that measure workers' exposure to radiation.
The NRC had planned to decide in 30 days whether to take action against the CDC, spokesman Ken Clark said. The CDC health agency could be cited and fined. Tom Skinner, CDC spokesman, said the violations were minor.
"First and foremost, the safety of our workers...
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