Bush Interference With Science and Health Policy
Surgeon General Richard Carmona Stifled by Bush White House
A day after former Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona told Congress that top Bush administration officials had interfered with his public health mission for political reasons, the hunt for those suspected of undermining Dr. Carmona was in full swing on Capitol Hill. A NY Times article by Gardiner Harris and Robert Pear is linked below.
Surgeon General Stifled by Bush White House
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