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Washington — Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said Sunday that a return to normalcy in the United States once the spread of the coronavirus slows would need to be accompanied by "aggressive surveillance" that allows for case-based intervention if there are future outbreaks. "Nothing is a home run here, but we don't need a home run," Gottlieb said on "Face the Nation." "What we need is a better toolbox, a good medicine cabinet coupled with very aggressive surveillance. That could be enough to really change the contours of the risk in the fall and allow people to feel comfortable going back out again.". Gottlieb, who led the FDA under Pre... Full story

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