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Big Tobacco–Not Feeling the Love in the Sunshine State

10/11/2007
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First it was the Engle case. You may remember that this is the case in which the Florida Supreme Court vacated a punitive damage verdict against Big Tobacco in the amount of $145.8 billion. The Supreme Court, however, also ruled that thousands of Florida smoking victims could file individual lawsuits […]

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Expanding the role of the Pharmacist?

10/2/2007
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According to an October 1, 2007, USA Today article, federally funded health centers are piloting a program that allows pharmacists more “hands on” patient care. In fact, in this program, the focus of the pharmacist is not limited to the actual filling of prescriptions, but now has expanded to ordering […]

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Who is Regulating Drug Safety?

09/14/2007
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The AFX News reports that between 1998 and 2005, an analysis of FDA data reveals triple the number of complications and mortality from pharmaceutical, supposedly regulated, drugs. If those statistics are accurate, dangerous side effects and deaths from medicinal drugs are out of control. So, when the FDA “approves” a […]

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Are Tort Reformers Just Hard Hearted?

09/13/2007
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The short answer is no, most are not hard hearted people. Most are, however, people who have not had significant tragedy enter their life and have lived a reasonably content life. By significant tragedy I am not talking about Aunt Jane passing away from old age or even the loss […]

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