1. Sunnylands - Meeting on Mobile Phones for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness

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    In February 2015, 20 high-level government officials, top mobile technology industry professionals, public advocates and entrepreneurs attended an event hosted by Sunnylands in Washington, DC. The event, entitled "Mobile Phones for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness," was attended by Google vice president and "father of the Internet" Vint Cerf, Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn and representatives from T-Mobile, Emmis Communications, Mobile Commons, AM+G Marketing Communications, Rand Corporation, National Institute of Justice, Food and Drug Administration and Sprint Nextel.

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    • Razine Podcast No. 226

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      En esta edición mas de su razine podcast les traemos los detalles de los inicio de las temporadas internacional de la Nascar, Super Bike y de la Formula 1, ademas contamos con la presencia de Gregory Medina quien nos invita a su primera carrera de BMX este domingo

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      • Bestman at MEDICA 2014

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        Shenzhen Bestman introduced a range of devices at Medica 2014. They distribute in more than 70 countries and regions. In Europe, they distribute primarily fetal dopplers and monitors, vascular dopplers, fluid and blood warmers, insulin refrigerators, ECG and a new syringe destroyer. Their products have both CE and US FDA approval. They also produce a vaccine refrigerator.

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        • UDI Strategy

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          Life Sciences industry guru Mark Schaffer explains the labeling challenges of the FDA Unique Device Identifier regulations and unveils new technologies designed to help manufacturers and re-labelers meet those challenges.

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          • After the Fall by Patricia Gussin Book Trailer

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            An injury ends Laura Nelson’s career as a surgeon. Now, as Vice President of a pharmaceutical company, Laura works to finalize the approval of a groundbreaking new drug. But her efforts are being thwarted by a malicious FDA employee who will stop at nothing to prevent the approval, and Laura is standing directly in his path. Find out more about the author here- http://patriciagussin.com/ and check out the book here http://oceanviewpub.com/after-the-fall/. After the Fall by Patricia Gussin. Thriller

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            • After the Fall Book Review

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              It’s not long before the first murder and you know exactly who is behind it. It’s not really a mystery, though the main character has some history she’s afraid to reveal that remains a mystery for a while and that was good. This is a thriller, filled with suspense and realistic characters. The author is a family physician and the book reflects a deep knowledge of the medical field. You feel that the medical details could have leapt right off any medical chart it’s so real and exact. I love well researched books, so this was a real treat for me. The characters feel so real that at one point, as they were telling Laura she’d never be able to do surgery again I actually got very emotional and near tears. The main character’s dedication to her job, to all she does to help people, to her relationships, her family, they all feel so deep-seeded that you immediately feel a strong connection to her. The villain may not be a mystery, but he adds so much to the story as it grows more and more complex. You even feel you can relate to him on some level. I understood his desperation and it was propelled by the love of a woman. This is such a well-crafted villain and he gets a lot of stage time in the book. The overall story isn’t just that Laura took a fall and can’t be a surgeon. That’s just the first part of how she ends up in the crosshairs of a killer. This brings you inside a pharmaceutical company creating a break-through drug that could really make a difference in the lives of millions. Unfortunately, one of the scientists on the project, a beautiful Middle Eastern woman named Adawia will be sent back home to Iraq and forced to marry a man she does not love. The time period of the book puts us in a Hussain Iraq, when it was even more dangerous and horrible to be a woman. You don’t want her to go back either. And it is her lover who is bent on saving her, at the cost of other people’s lives. The story is complex in a way I appreciate. It’s intelligent and well written giving all the characters layers and intricacies that keep those final chapters moving fast and hard to put down. For more information about the author and her books you can go to http://patriciagussin.com/.

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              • 58. Margaret A. Hamburg & Ralph Snyderman- Fireside Chat (Track 1)

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                Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D., FDA Commissioner Ralph Snyderman, M.D., Chancellor Emeritus, Duke University (Chair) For more information go to PMWCintl.com

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                • 2015.01.15, Hutt, Outbreak: Developing New Medical Products for Epidemics

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                  The recent outbreak of Ebola has called attention to the substantial difficulties associated with developing and testing new products for time-sensitive epidemics. What are the legal, ethical, and economic barriers to getting essential treatments and preventative measures from the lab into the hands of patients - and how can they be overcome? This discussion featured Peter Barton Hutt, Partner at Covington & Burling, LLP, and Lecturer on Law at HLS. Rachel Sachs, Petrie-Flom Center Academic Fellow, responded. For more information, visit our website at http://petrieflom.law.harvard.edu/events.

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                  • 2015.01.29, Efthimios Parasidis, A 'Natural' Experiment

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                    What makes food "natural"? Do consumers understand "natural" claims on food labels? In the absence of robust federal guidelines, are state laws or class action lawsuits appropriate mechanisms for addressing false or misleading "natural" claims? This talk examined these issues and highlighted an emerging tool for regulatory science - the Immersive Sensory Technology Lab. The discussion also explored issues that regulators face as they anticipate First Amendment challenges to regulation of the food industry. For more information, visit our website at http://petrieflom.law.harvard.edu/events.

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                    • Do Antidepressant Drugs Really Work?

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                      For links to all the cited sources, a written transcript, commentary from Dr. Greger, as well as discussion and Q&A about this video, go to: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/do-antidepressant-drugs-really-work

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