Monthly Archives: November 2008

World AIDS Day

December 1 marks the passage of another World AIDS Day.  It is a somewhat special one for me as I will be at the University of Minnesota Law School giving a talk at the Allan Spears Forum on the early … Continue reading

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Update on Google Health at Googles Health Think 08

In early November I had the privilege of being invited to be a speaker at Google Health 08, the third gathering of key stakeholders in healthcare convened by Google at their offices in New York.  I really enjoyed it. Included … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone

This is my favorite holiday.  I'm all about the food.  Today's menu consists of a Garlic Spinach Parmesean Soup Turkey stuffed with Green Apples, Sweet Italian Sausage, Corn Bread, Walnuts and Sage Cranberry Sauce laced with Orange Zest, Cointreu and … Continue reading

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Advice for the Obama FDA Commissioner, Part 2

It is important to understand that the restoration of the FDA will be a process and  not an event.  The Obama FDA Commissioner cannot simply come in and issue a few rules, send out a few press releases and change … Continue reading

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Advice for Obama’s FDA Commissioner – Part 1

As previously mentioned, there should be less concern about who the next FDA Commissioner is rather than the qualities and skills he or she can bring to the table.  That includes vision, but it is also vital that the next … Continue reading

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