User talk:Marisa de Andrade
Possible info for you to use
Hi Marisa, I came across these links with some Pharma info. They may or may not be of use to you but here they are just incase.
- Blow to SFO as probe collapses By Megan Murphy, Law Courts Correspondent Published: July 11 2008
Best wishes, --Lynn Hill 12:37, 9 September 2009 (UTC)
should be Cohn and Wolfe Ltd
Can you amalgamate?
--David 20:09, 23 October 2009 (UTC)
Need any of this?
http://www.spinprofiles.org/index.php/Talk:Pharma_Portal --David 08:42, 31 January 2010 (UTC)
Center for Medicine in the Public Interest
re CMPI page, in this bit:
The director of the Stockholm Network (SN), Helen Disney, used to sit on its now defunct advisory board along with representatives from two think tanks who are part of the SN: International Policy Network and Centre for New Europe
can we name these 2 reps in the sentence? just for clarity
thanks! --Claire Robinson 13:33, 19 April 2010 (UTC)
Center for Medicine in the Public Interest (2)
does this bit on the CMPI say what I think it does??
Publications and Affiliations
- On 20 September 2005, the CMPI released a report called 21ST CENTURY HEALTH CARE TERRORISM: THE PERILS OF INTERNATIONAL DRUG COUNTERFEITING with the Pacific Institute. It was authored by Peter Pitts, founder of CMPI, along with Michael Tew and Alexandra Preate from Capital HQ. 
are the CMPI seriously equating the manufacture of counterfeit drugs with terrorism?? do they place all counterfeit drugs in the same category as cheaper generic drugs made in 3rd world countries that are either outside international patent agreements or bootleg drugs, like the 'versace' handbags made in China?
obviously adulterated/contaminated drugs are dangerous, but many cheap generic drugs made in India, say, are as 'safe' as the official sort but just cheaper.
is this worthy of a bit of analysis from you? or nothing to be alarmed about?
--Claire Robinson 17:19, 21 April 2010 (UTC)