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Digital Education a Key Bridge to Tapping Emerging Markets

In our second Q&A installment previewing next month’s iPharma2014 conference in New York City, we spoke with David Stern, executive VP of global commercial operations with OvaScience. Stern will be presenting on “Going Global – Innovative Tactics to Engage Emerging Markets and Extend the Global Strategy to a Regional Level.” Drawing from his time as […]
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Accept It, Wikipedia Is a Public Health Issue. Now Let's Fix It.

by Beth Bengston Medical articles on Wikipedia receive about 150 million page views per month, and nearly 50% of practicing physicians use Wikipedia as an information source for providing medical care. And while Wikipedia itself has disclaimers that information included on its site may be inaccurate, that doesn’t stop consumers and medical professionals alike from […]
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