Monthly Archives: July 2006

Hill Action – New Proposed Legislation Affecting Generics

The Los Angeles Times reports that new legislation has been introduced that would impact pharmaceutical practices regarding generics.  The Bill is S. 3695 introduced by Senators Rockefeller, Schumer and Leahy and aims to make an impact of the involvement of … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup – 7-21-06

A very busy week, lots of news, not all of it good. Dichotomy in Two Policies – Gates and Bush – While the Bush Administration vetoed a bill that would have expanded stem cell research on dubious grounds of morality, … Continue reading

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Black Eye for FDA from Union for Concerned Scientists

Today The Union of Concerned Scientists an independent non-profit claiming a membership of 100,000 scientists will hold a press conference to release a survey at a press conference at the National Press Club that, according to its notice will "demonstrate … Continue reading

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Clouds on the Horizon, Part 4

Sometimes, in the Clouds on the Horizon series, you may see some repetitive subject matter.  That is because things don’t happen in a vacuum, but rather in conjunction with one another to bring new emphasis to bear on the matter.  … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Blogs

Yesterday and today I am attending the Second Annual Pharmaceutical and Public Relations Communications Summit.  Today I will be presenting on issues related to crisis management.  Yesterday, I talked about pharmaceutical companies and blogging. There are a lot of issues … Continue reading

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