Monthly Archives: November 2007

Weekly Roundup – 11/30/07

It is hard to believe we sit on the cusp of December and 2008.  And to celebrate the new year, we are going to have a bunch of primaries that are going to keep our focus on a year long … Continue reading

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Brief Update on Behind the Counter

A few weeks ago, on November 15, I reported on the public meeting held by the FDA to elicit input on the idea that drugs might have a new class beyond prescription and over-the-counter, called behind-the-counter, dispensed and, in essence, … Continue reading

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Dr. David Acheson

Last week, I had the good fortune to sit down with Dr. David Acheson, Assistant Commissioner for Food Safety at the Food and Drug Administration. I had wanted to meet him ever since reading about him in the Washington Post … Continue reading

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Rudy Giuliani – Where Do the Candidates Stand – Part 5

Because the Democrats seem to dominate the beginning of the alphabet, this is the first opportunity I’ve had to review a Republican in this on-going series.  With the Democrats so far, we have seen each – Biden, Clinton, Dodd and … Continue reading

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Formal Dispute Resolution and the FDA – Revisiting the Issue

Given the holiday week, there is no Weekly Roundup this week, but my eye did catch an interesting tidbit that made me want to re-visit the issue of appealing an FDA decision.  I last wrote about it on July 17 … Continue reading

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