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Getting The Most From Your Search Campaign

By Scott Neverett People have embraced the Web and social media to find and research medical conditions, new treatment therapies, diet and lifestyle information and other health-related issues....
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Assimilation in Tech Development

By Russ Ward (@russcward) Imitation is the best form of flattery. Youve heard that cliche, right? Were going to talk about that a little bit today. But its actually about more than imitation -...
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Tech Forecast: Nanomedicine

By Guy Mastrion (@gmastrion) Hey, did you see the trailer for that wild new science fiction movie? The one where robots are the size of cells and you can swallow them, and theyll go to work inside...
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New Jobs in Pharma: Government Jobs

By Russ Ward (@russcward) Contining our week on New Jobs in Pharma, well talk today about government job opportunities. When you talk about government jobs in pharma, most people might assume...
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The Ghost in the Machine

By Marty Hardin (@mjhardin) In Gilbert Ryle's 1949 book The Concept of Mind, he introduced the phrase which titles this blog entry. He is arguing against Descartes' concept of mind/body...
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Common-Sense Partnerships in Pharma

This week, Pixels & Pills is celebrating partnerships. Some are unexpected. Some haven't happened yet, but need to. And some just plain make sense. Come along with us as we discuss the very...
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The Woes of R&D

By Russ Ward (@russcward) The most recent McKinsey Quarterly offered a report called "The Road to Positive R&D Returns." Essentially, it said that traditional small molecules are no longer a...
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Is Pharma Responsible for the Rise in the Placebo Effect?

By Guy Mastrion An article in a recent issue of WIRED cited statistics that the placebo effect is twice as strong as it used to be. Is it really, I wondered? I guessed not. I guessed that there was...
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