Monthly Archives: August 2006

Weekly Roundup – 8/18/06

Well, partners – it is August and a lot of people are on vacation.  The Congress is out of town getting ready to get re-elected.  News is kind of slow out of Washington, D.C. Still, there is a little that … Continue reading

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AIDS Perspectives and Values

TORONTO, ONTARIO – Today is my last day at the XVI International AIDS Conference.  In case you’ve been worried that you’ve been missing anything about FDA, I’ve kept tabs while I’ve been gone and so far, no speeches, no testimony … Continue reading

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Russia – Public Health, Public Policy and How the Gaps Do Harm

TORONTO, ONTARIO – Anyone who has been a reader here for any length of time has noticed the fact that I have been highly critical of the way the Administration has violated the American trust in the FDA by the … Continue reading

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The Mr. Bills Show

TORONTO, ONTARIO – On the first full day of the XVI International AIDS Conference, a panel was held of two distinguished men named Bill – one was Bill Gates and the other was Bill Clinton.   For an hour and a … Continue reading

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Prevention Pill Research – An HIV Opportunity for Pharma

From Toronto.  Last night, the XVI International AIDS Conference opened in Toronto, Ontario.  It is now a biennial conference and it is my sixth, having attended Florence, Amsterdam, Berlin, Vancouver and Geneva previously.  For what it is worth, like the … Continue reading

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