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    Pam in Michigan writes:

    Go to hospitals, talk to patients in the oncology and dialysis units, the ICU etc without the press. We solve the worlds troubles every day

    Posted on Wed Feb 24, 2010 | Reply
     
    Anonymous writes:

    Good point.

    Posted on Tue Mar 02, 2010 | Reply
     
    Prof. James O'Reilly in Univ. Cincinnati College of Law writes:

    Recognize that transparency of data on health issues builds trust; concealment reduces trust. Adopt a zero-based approach to claims that health related safety study results are trade secrets; cut out the over-use of "CBI" in each of the components where today industrial claims predominantly shield health data. Reevaluate the past near-automatic stance that a private submission will receive the owner's desired "secret" status. Inform FDA and other HHS recipients of commercial submissions that reopening past secrecy decisions will build greater public trust for accuracy of the agency decisions made upon that submission. Thoughtful and principled screening of incoming secrecy claims must become a vital part of each component's FOIA policies.

    Posted on Wed Feb 24, 2010 | Reply
     
    Wclaiborn in Florida writes:

    These seem like excellent ideas.

    Posted on Tue Mar 02, 2010 | Reply
     
    France in Maine writes:

    I agree and believe scientists scientists voices should be listened to as they have valuable insights

    Posted on Tue Mar 02, 2010 | Reply
     
 
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