Monthly Archives: March 2007

Jessica’s book is in print!

Tweet And is debuting at WAM! And she is so excited she actually tried to hump it. Tweet
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TweetSo we made it to Cambridge for the annual WAM conference and it has already been tons of fun. Best moment so far? As I was registering a woman casually asks me where the registration is. I turn around and it is Cynthia Enloe. I embarrassingly and very uncooly blurt out “OMG you are Cynthia [...]
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Kerrita McClaughlyn: International Diabetes Federation

Tweet Kerrita McClaughlyn (left) and colleagues at the International Diabetes Federation’s 19th World Diabetes Congress in Cape Town, South Africa in December 2006. Kerrita McClaughlyn is the media relations coordinator of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) based in Brussels, Belgium. For over 50 years, IDF has been at the forefront of global diabetes advocacy. The [...]
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Another HPV vaccine on the way

TweetGlaxoSmithKline has filed for FDA approval of its HPV vaccine, Cervarix. It would compete with Merck’s Gardasil, which has been on the market since June. GlaxoSmithKline counters that Cervarix is more powerful and may prevent up to 80 percent of cancers, thanks to the company’s proprietary adjuvant, AS04, a key booster ingredient. It also is [...]
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Keroack’s “private practice” is his crisis-pregnancy center

TweetLooks like “Dr.” Eric Keroack resigned because the Massachusetts Office of Medicaid is investigating his private medical practice. MassHealth officials aren’t releasing the details on the investigation. The AP reports that his practice is based in Marblehead, MA. And indeed, that’s the address on his state registration: 14 Willow Rd., Marblehead, MA. But when I [...]
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