Monthly Archives: April 2007

The OTC Environment – A Conversation with Linda Suydam of the Consumer Healthcare Products Association

The mission of the Consumer Healthcare Products Association is to promote the increasingly vital role of over-the-counter medicines and nutritional supplements in America’s healthcare system through science, education, and advocacy. The environment for OTC products is robust.  There are literally … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup – 4-27-07

Oh my gosh, who can believe it, we are almost in May!  A week away in London and all of a sudden, I’ve come back to some major Spring action, with flowers blooming, my car all covered in yellow pollen … Continue reading

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Up on the Hill – PDUFA Testimony

Last week, FDA posted a slew of testimony that was submitted before Congress.  In reverse order, Steven Galson testified before the Senate Special Committee on Aging on "Bio-Identical Hormones:  Sound Science or Bad Medicine" on April 19.  The day before, … Continue reading

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Post Number 300 – Blog Monitoring

Welcome to my 300th posting!  Sorry about yesterday – travel back from Europe had me running to catch up. Last March when I began this blog, I wrote a posting called "What People Are Saying About You and How Do … Continue reading

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The View from Abroad – A Conversation with the Pharmaceutical Correspondent of the London Financial Times

While in London, my most excellent colleague James Smith arranged for me to be able to sit down with Andrew Jack, pharmaceutical correspondent with the London Financial Times.  I’m not sure correspondents like to be known as a great guy, … Continue reading

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