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Fox P2 Media launched The Medical Roundtable, a peer-reviewed, subscriber-supported quarterly being distributed to over 5,000 US cardiologists. The first issue contains nine roundtable discussions spanning 68 pages and including 30 experts.

Wolters Kluwer made its Adis journal Drugs in R&D open access, with all content available online free of charge. The journal, for which access was formerly fee-based, features original research and reviews from all phases of clinical development.

Quadrant Healthcom named Toby Jane Hindin editor of The Female Patient. She joins the company from the health sciences division and the pharma/science division of Advanstar, where she was chief editor of Contemporary Pediatrics and editor in chief for Applied Clinical Trials. She reports to Margo Ullman, publisher.

Advanstar told Folio Magazine it will outsource production, resulting in the elimination of 100 jobs at its Duluth, MN location. With titles covering fashion and powersports as well as life sciences, the trade publisher is struggling to eliminate debt following its acquisition by private equity firm Veronis Suhler Stevenson in 2007.
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