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Monthly Archives: September 2009

Cyclophosphamide Trial Conclusions

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International Pemphigus Meeting Held in Switzerland

Nestled in the pristine Swiss Alps, the Hotel Allegro in the city of Berne, Switzerland was the location for an international meeting discussing all aspects of pemphigus. The meeting consisted of 3 days of intense scientific discussions. The meeting was

Posted in Issue 58 - Fall 2009

From the Top

What happened to the lazy days of summer! After slicing and drying almost 300 pounds of tomatoes from my garden, it is a happy frenzy when I get to the IPPF office – which is, at least, air conditioned. Will

Posted in Issue 58 - Fall 2009

Faith, Vision, Sacrifice: Honoring IPPF Founder Janet D. Segall

Janet said, “I thought I would try to start the Foundation. Unfortunately, I was not prepared for the enormity of the task, and found it all quite over-whelming; so I gave it up; though I continued to look for others

Posted in Issue 58 - Fall 2009

It’s More than Just Information: Working with the HMP’s Marc Yale

Last year I signed up for the IPPF’s Health Management Program with the idea that I would benefit the Foundation with vital information and as a result I would learn more about my disease. A couple of weeks ago a

Posted in Issue 58 - Fall 2009

A Look Back on the IPPF: Good Memories and Great Friendships

As a member of the IPPF BOD and one of Janet’s longest standing supporters, I wanted to relect on where Janet brought us from — and to. Janet Segall has had many outstanding accomplishments since she started the Foundation in

Posted in Issue 58 - Fall 2009

What in the heck is this thing called RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. What it actually is can simplify the lives of the information-starved from the comfort of their home computer, laptop, or mobile phone.

Posted in Issue 58 - Fall 2009

Awareness: Clinical Trial Rule Is Widely Ignored

Many researchers are ignoring a 2005 requirement that they register proposed clinical trials in a government database as a condition for publishing their results in medical journals. And the journals are publishing the papers anyway, a new study reveals.

Posted in Around the Globe

Copycat Biopharmaceuticals Would Not Guarantee Savings

There is a lot of money involved. IMS Health reports that global biotech sales grew 12.5 percent in 2007, exceeding $75 billion.

Posted in Around the Globe

Want to Change Patients’ Behavior? Look to the Internet

Health insurers face ever-changing expectations from their primary customers — employers — and one challenge that has been tough to meet is getting consumer buy-in on wellness and health promotion.

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