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Articles by Jill Wechsler

Healthcare Reform is Given the Go-Ahead: Now What?

No matter the upside or downside to the Affordable Care Act, there's work to be done.
Aug 2, 2012

No matter the upside or downside to the Affordable Care Act, there's work to be done.

International AIDS Conference Highlights ARV Advances

Jul 31, 2012

Prominent scientists and political leaders at the International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., in late July were optimistic for the first time about bringing an end to the global AIDS pandemic.

FDA Adopts New Strategies to Oversee Global Economy

A Q&A with FDA Deputy Commissioner Deborah Autor.
Jul 2, 2012

A Q&A with FDA Deputy Commissioner Deborah Autor.

Commentary: Healthcare Reform is Ruled Constitutional

Jun 29, 2012

In a 5–4 vote, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.

Congress Move Promptly to Finalize FDA User Fees

Jun 20, 2012

Legislation fails to establish national track-and-trace system, but tackles shortages.

Manufacturers Back Innovation Initiatives

New legislation, government programs aim to bolster drug discovery and reduce regulatory hurdles.
Jun 2, 2012

New legislation, government programs aim to bolster drug discovery and reduce regulatory hurdles.

FDA Explores Options to Expand Access to Non-Rx Drugs

Manufacturers seek clear path to develop safe-use approaches for more risky OTC therapies.
May 2, 2012

Manufacturers seek clear path to develop safe-use approaches for more risky OTC therapies.

Manufacturers Wrestle with Drug Abuse and Shortages

Soaring opioid use creates challenges for new drug development and supply-chain control.
Apr 2, 2012

Soaring opioid use creates challenges for new drug development and supply-chain control.

Communications Advances Present Manufacturer Challenges

Social media use raises questions about applying old standards to new information technology.
Mar 2, 2012

Social media use raises questions about applying old standards to new information technology.

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