Monthly Archives: June 2007

How About Some Macromanagement?

There is no shortage of members of Congress who are hot to oversee the FDA activities – Congressman Henry Waxman, Senator Charles Grassley and Congressman Bart Stupak, to name but a few.  I do not begrudge anyone from holding a … Continue reading

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New Media and Pharma – An Intermittent Series

Feed me! A few weeks ago, I was speaking to a group about pharmaceutical companies and new media.  I have written posts on this blog about the slowness with which the industry has embraced new media – with some putting … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup – 6-22-07

Yee Ha – Summer came at us this week and boy it was hot at the start!  Summers in Washington have a few perks, however.  Traffic is way down.  Congress leaves town.  The produce is great.  And of course, like … Continue reading

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Two More Approvable Letters Issued

Wow – the approvable letters are flying off the shelves.  If you are not familiar with approvable letters, see my posting "What Does Approvable Mean?"  Or you may wish to listen to my podcast on the subject of approvable letters.  … Continue reading

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Europe Lags in Feeds – FDA Wins!

As you know, I am proponent of the use of feeds to spread information and have written frequently on the topic.  Feeds are an extremely efficient method for disseminating news and conform to the way people are using the Internet … Continue reading

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