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Hospital accused over use of stent. Karl Stark and Susan FitzGerald. The Philadelphia Inquirer. 2004-03-25.
Related: Letter of Concern in support of Drs. Norwood and Murphy from physicians at the Nemours Cardiac Center. Available from http://www2.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/local/2004/03/pdf/27letter.pdf. 2004-03-10. Posted online 2004-04-27 by the Delaware News Journal.
FDA Enforcement Report. 2003-07-23. Available from http://www.fda.gov/bbs/topics/enforce/2003/ENF00805.html
Holman BJ. FDA Warning Letter to Allen J. Tower, Numed Inc. 2000-02-03. Available from http://www.fda.gov/foi/warning_letters/m3403n.pdf
Cheatham JP. Stenting of coarctation of the aorta. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions. 2001;54 (1);112-125. Available from http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/abstract/85011362/ABSTRACT
Deliberations to begin in suit against Hutch. David Heath. The Seattle Times. 2004-04-01.
Privacy Law Thwarts Medical Research. Steven Reinberg. HealthDay. 2004-03-31.
Hutch experiment's risks were known, expert testifies. David Heath. The Seattle Times. 2004-03-31.
Doctor was sure Hutch experiment could save lives. David Heath. The Seattle Times. 2004-03-30.
Research on kids needs tighter rein, panel says. David Kohn. The Baltimore Sun. 2004-03-26.
Medical ethicists critique OHSU study. AP / Corvallis Gazette-Times. 2004-03-18.
Colleagues support dismissed doctors. Adam Taylor and Jennifer Goldblatt. Delaware News Journal. 2004-03-27.
Hospital dispute centers on consent forms. Adam Taylor, Laura Ungar and Jennifer Goldblatt. Delaware News Journal. 2004-03-26.
3rd man lost duties at duPont hospital. Adam Taylor and Jennifer Goldblatt. Delaware News Journal. 2004-03-13.
Doctors' removal alarms parents. Adam Taylor and Jennifer Goldblatt. Delaware News Journal. 2004-03-04.
Two doctors lose duties at hospital. Jennifer Goldblatt. Delaware News Journal. 2004-03-02.
Related: Children are the focus of a history-making heart surgery. Mike Grogan, Jacksonville Business Journal. 2001-02-02. Available from http://www.bizjournals.com/jacksonville/stories/2001/02/05/focus2.html?jst=s_rs_hl
New heart procedure done by Nemours surgeon. Mike Grogan. Jacksonville Business Journal. 2000-10-09.
Experts from leukemia centers defend Hutch. David Heath. The Seattle Times. 2004-03-26.
Paramedics to conduct test of blood substitute. David Hasemyer. The San Diego Union Tribune. 2004-03-23.
ASU vows to fight Havasupai lawsuits. Kerry Fehr-Snyder, Judy Nichols, and Judd Slivka. The Arizona Republic. 2004-03-18.
Doctor says Hutch trial met standard. Luke Timmerman. The Seattle Times. 2004-03-19.
Protocol showed great promise, Hutch Center researcher testifies. David Heath. The Seattle Times. 2004-03-17.
FDA announces reform plans. Paula Park. The Scientist. 2004-03-18.
Report Seeks to Improve 'Critical Path' of Medical Product Development. FDA Press Release. 2004-03-16.
Related: Challenge and Opportunity on the Critical Path to New Medical Products. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 2004-03. Available from http://www.fda.gov/oc/initiatives/criticalpath/whitepaper.pdf
FDA panel backs artificial heart. Lauran Neergaard. The Baltimore Sun. 2004-03-18.
Artificial heart seeks OK as 'bridge' to transplant. Associated Press. 2004-03-17.
Havasupai tribe files $50M suit against ASU. Larry Kendricks. The Arizona Daily Sun. 2004-03-16.
Varmus wants tighter NIH rules. Ted Agres. The Scientist. 2004-03-15.
Researcher backs Hutch Center in testimony during trial. David Heath. The Seattle Times. 2004-03-11.
The Hutch begins presenting defense. David Health. The Seattle Times. 2004-03-10.
Blackburn E, Rowley J. Reason as Our Guide. PLoS Biol. 2004 Apr;2(4):E116. Epub 2004 Mar 5. Available from http://www.plosbiology.org/plosonline/?request=get-document&doi=10.1371/journal.pbio.0020116
Leon Kass, You Silly Ass! Please stop denying you tilted the bioethics panel. Timothy Noah. Slate. 2004-03-08.
Irrationalist in chief. Chris Mooney. The American Prospect Online. 2001-09-24.
Related: Monitoring Stem Cell Research. The President's Council on Bioethics. 2004-01. Available from http://bioethics.gov/reports/stemcell/index.html
President's Council on Bioethics, Meeting of 2003-10-17 / Transcript. Available from http://bioethics.gov/transcripts/oct03/oct17.html
Bush dismisses council members. Maria Anderson. The Scientist. 2004-03-03.
My Drug Study Sounds Catchier Than Yours. Gina Kolata. The New York Times. 2004-03-07.
URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/07/weekinreview/07kola.html?pagewanted=print&position= (Requires free registration.)
4 subjects challenge Lilly over drug trial. J.K. Wall and John Tuohy. Indianapolis Star. 2004-03-04.
Companies Facing Ethical Issue as Drugs Are Tested Overseas. Gina Kolata. The New York Times. 2004-03-05.
URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/05/science/05DRUG.html?pagewanted=print&position= (Requires free registration.)
We Don't Play Politics with Science. Leon Kass. The Washington Post. 2004-03-04.
URL: http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn/A24742-2004Mar2?language=printer (Requires free registration.)
Open Letter to President Bush on Bioethics Appointments. 2004-03-04.
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