Monthly Archives: September 2009

Weekly Roundup – 9-25-09

The summer has ended.  On Capitol Hill, however, the hot air continues to blow and blow hard regarding legislation aimed at reforming health care in the United States.  Autumn has arrived and the time has come to plant the mums. … Continue reading

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What Companies Should Do Between Now and The Part 15 Hearing on Social Media

The stunning news of the week has been that the Food and Drug Administration is finally doing what it should have done long ago and called for a Part 15 hearing on social media.  A Part 15 meeting is an … Continue reading

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How To Register for FDA’s Part 15 Meeting on Social Media

According to FDA: 1) Go to www.regulations.gov 2) Search for docket FDA-2009-N-0441-0001 (or type "Internet promotion" in the search box) 3) The search results will display the FR notice and under the "Actions" column on the far right there are … Continue reading

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FDLI Conference Part 4 – The Final Day

With the best of intentions, I set out to live blog from the FDLI Conference.  While Day 1 did not afford me an electrical outlet or a dynamic laptop battery, the second day I successfully planted myself next to an … Continue reading

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FDLI Conference Part 3 – Wrap Up of Day 1

I had planned on live-blogging from the conference, but there was a paucity of electric outlets at the venue and my battery was exceptionally lazy. Following her speech, during question and answer, I asked Dr. Woodcock the question that was … Continue reading

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