Us food and Drug Administration dismisses White House appointed spokesman: 11 days in office, no medical background

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 Us food and Drug Administration dismisses White House appointed spokesman: 11 days in office, no medical background


According to the US Capitol Hill and the New York Daily News Network on the 28th, Stephen Hahn, director of the U.S. Food and drug administration, announced on the 28th that Miller was immediately dismissed and that he would soon appoint a replacement. Miller, who was appointed by the White House, worked in a far right news media without any medical or scientific background.

Miller had previously touted the new cap plasma therapy as another achievement of the federal government in the fight against epidemics and later sparked controversy. Even after Hahn apologized to the public for exaggerating the efficacy of the new plasma therapy, Miller defended the previous mistake. According to US media, it was Hahn who decided to fire Miller.