Most Recent Articles by James G. Dickinson
That change is coming about in the wake of a string of First Amendment-based losses for the FDA in federal courts around the country.
Would you expect that patient power exerted through social media might shake the job of a high-level FDA center director?
The FDA has to respect First Amendment limitations regulating scientific communication
Medtronic, as part of the settlement, will pay $602,000 to a whistleblower to settle charges it caused physicians to submit false claims to federal health programs.
President Barack Obama's recently unveiled Precision Medicine Initiative hopes to develop a new model of patient-driven research with the promise of accelerating biomedical discoveries and provide clinicians with new tools, knowledge, and therapies.
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