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July 14, 2004

"Medical Progress Today"

Here's a welcome to a new site launched today which (like this one) is sponsored by the Manhattan Institute. It's called Medical Progress Today and bills itself as "a web magazine devoted to chronicling the connection between private sector investment and biomedical innovation, market friendly public policies, and medical progress". Among themes it will explore: "Medical Progress, Intellectual Property Rights & Innovation, Global Health & Bio-terrorism, Prescriptions for Policy". Robert Goldberg is the director and Paul Howard the managing editor.

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