Industry Influence on Comparative-Effectiveness Research Funded through Health Care Reform | Health Care Reform 2009
Industry Influence on Comparative-Effectiveness Research Funded through Health Care Reform | Health Care Reform 2009: "Although most observers agree on the value of funding [comparative effectiveness research], many are unaware that embedded in the [current proposed] legislation are provisions ceding substantial influence to the medical products industries that have a major interest in the outcomes of such research."
Posted by Susan at 18.11.09
Statement by White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on Jerusalem | The White House Can someone please forward this to Secretary of State Clinton?
Guest blogger - Saul Griffith's "Energy Literacy Series" - Boing Boing: "will help you call bull$#!+ on people at dinner parties who espouse some fantastic new perpetual motion machine."
How the Credit Rating Agencies Engineered the Goldman Sachs Bailout - Aig - Gawker: "in 2008, if you wanted to sell an insane securitized mortgage concoction premised on prospective cash flow from monthly receipt of soiled envelopes full of change mailed in by hobos, Standard & Poor's, Moody's, and Fitch would have rated it as investment grade."