NYTimes – Medicines Made in India Set Off Safety Worries

From Today's New York Times Medicines Made in India Set Off Safety Worries By GARDINER HARRISFEB. 14, 2014 NEW DELHI — India, the second-largest exporter of over-the-counter and prescription drugs to the United States, is coming under increased scrutiny by American regulators for safety lapses, falsified drug test results and selling fake medicines. Dr. Margaret…
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What treatment approaches ‘on the fringe’ are worth further, independent validation (e.g., HAMLET?)

We are starting a new post area – one that promotes discussion rather than just provide information. This should be a lively discussion. Researchers and clinicians please offer your comments. For those unfamiliar with HAMLET, as described on the Lund University website: HAMLET, a new concept for cancer therapy Some years ago, serendipity allowed us…
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Could reducing the delay in diagnosis result in fewer metastatic cases at diagnosis?

We are starting a new post area - one that promotes discussion rather than just provide information. To begin, let's take the question "Could reducing the delay in diagnosis result in fewer metastatic cases at diagnosis?" The premise of our 'Presentation' booklet is just that. If we can shorten the time to diagnosis - if…
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