Philip Lee

Philip Lee

Philip Keith Lee was an Australian cricketer who played in 2 Tests from 1931 to 1933. Wikipedia*

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Philip Lee has 13 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1991 House Committee as a Chairman for the Physician Payment Review Commission. The year with the most videos was 1994 with six videos as an Assistant Secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1993 with an average of 34 views per program. Most appearances with Donna E. Shalala (7), David A. Kessler M.D. (4), Harold E. Varmus M.D. (3).

Appearances by Title:c. August 23, 1996 - Present Assistant Secretary, Health, Department of Health and Human Services Videos: 1

Previously

Assistant Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services c. September 15, 1993 - c. August 23, 1996 Videos: 10 Chairman, Physician Payment Review Commission c. October 9, 1991 - c. September 15, 1993 Videos: 2

Recent Appearances

  • White House Daily Briefing

    White House Daily Briefing

    Administration officials briefed reporters on the problem of teen smoking and the details of the president’s announcement today…

  • New Dietary Guidelines

    New Dietary Guidelines

    Secretaries Glickman and Shalala briefed reporters on the fourth edition of dietary guidelines for U.S. citizens. They…

  • New Foods and the Nation's Health

    New Foods and the Nation's Health

    Secretary Shalala delivered opening remarks at a two-day conference on “Health, Science and Food for America” and introduced…

  • AIDS Drug Development Part 2

    AIDS Drug Development Part 2

    Participants discussed some of the apparent barriers on finding new drugs to fight HIV infection, especially concerning the…

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