NEIL PETERSON, Chief, Torts Section, Civil Division, Department of Justice.


ROBERT C. PIERPOINT, White House Correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System.


ELLIOT RICHARDSON, Secretary of HEW, Nixon Administration, to December 1972.


JULIUS B. RICHMOND, M.D., Assistant Secretary for Health, HEW, from July 1977.


NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER, Vice President of the United States, Ford Administration, to January 1977.


PAUL G. ROGERS, U.S. Representative from Florida; Chairman, House Subcommittee on Health and the Environment.


WILLIAM P. ROGERS, Esq., Partner, Rogers and Wells, Cincinnati, counsel to Richardson-Merrell (parent company of drug manufacturer).


DAVID K. ROWE, Director, Procurement and Grants Office, Center for Disease Control.


PHILIP RUSSELL, M.D., Colonel, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.


ALBERT B. SABIN, M.D., Distinguished Research Professor of Biomedicine, Medical University, Charleston, S.C.


JONAS E. SALK, M.D., Founding Director, Salk Institute, San Diego, CA.


HAROLD SCHMECK, Medical reporter for the New York Times.


HARRY SCHWARTZ, Member, Editorial Board, New York Times.


JOHN R. SEAL, M.D., Scientific Director, National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), National Institutes of Health, Public Health Service.


DAVID J. SENCER, M.D., Director, Center for Disease Control, to April 1977.


EILEEN SHANAHAN, Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, HEW, Carter Administration, from January, 1977.


CAROLE SIMPSON, Correspondent, National Broadcasting Company.


REUEL A. STALLONES, M.D., Member, Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices; Dean, School of Public Health, University of Texas.


C. JOSEPH STETLER, President, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, Washington.


WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, IV, General Counsel of HEW, Ford Administration, to January 1977.


STANLEY TEMKO, Esq., Partner, Covington and Burling, Washington, Counsel to Merck & Company (parent of Merck, Sharp & Dohme, drug manufacturer).


FRANKLIN H. TOP, M.D., Colonel, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.


HENRY A. WAXMAN, U.S. Representative from California; member, House Health Subcommittee.


CYRIL WECHT, M.D., County Coroner for Allegheny County (Pittsburgh) Health Department, Pennsylvania.


SIDNEY WOLFE, M.D., Director Public Citizens Health Research Group (a Ralph Nader organization in Washington).


JOHN D. YOUNG, Assistant Secretary and Comptroller, HEW, Ford and Carter Administrations, through 1977.


VICTOR ZAFRA, Division chief, Office of Management and Budget.



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