Monthly Archives: May 2011

Weekly Roundup 5/20/11

I woke up this morning and thought it was Saturday.  I went back to sleep.  Then I woke up and thought it was Monday.  I went back to sleep.  Then I woke up and realized it was Friday.  Yay.  Not … Continue reading

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Making the Most Out of Medical Meetings and Social Media

Yesterday my brilliant friend Brian Reid posted to the WCG Common Sense blog a piece entitled “A Modest Proposal for Socializing ASCO“.  In it, he addresses the sheer volume of information that is on display at a medical meeting and … Continue reading

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AdComm Vacancies and Conflict of Interest Standards

Last week at the Reuter’s Health Summit held in New York, Janet Woodcock, the head of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research was quoted as saying that she expected drug approvals to increase this year, but that the financial … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup – 5/13/11

It is gloomy outside.  I am gloomy inside.  To distract me, I will report a little of what happened this week: FDA Seeks Input on Development of User Fee Program for Biosimilars – The agency has enunciated principles for the … Continue reading

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Valuable Information from Pew; Valuable Insights Result

The Pew Internet & American Life Project today issued another in its continual and valuable series providing us with data on how people are using the Intenet and social media for purposes of navigating their own healthcare and that for … Continue reading

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