Jane Henney, the Clinton administration's nominee for FDA commissioner, is set this week to present her case to the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee.

To this point, Henney is known almost exclusively by her resume. And based on her generally bland written answers last week to the committee's list of 140 preparatory questions, the number of unresolved issues of interest to the agency's vast number of constituencies almost certainly exceeds the scope of the single day of confirmation hearings.