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Topic - Stacey Jurchison
She said the company wanted to be transparent to "avoid a situation similar to the one a competitor found themselves in a while back," referring to a report by the Daily Press newspaper in Virginia in 2005 about the hiring by BioPort Corp., another competitor, of a former HHS official as a consultant.
The spokeswoman, Stacey Jurchison, also said Mr. Fuerst "is a scientist; he does not lobby on behalf of our company."