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Pharma “MeToo” Moments

Posted by Cello Admin on August 21, 2018  /   Posted in Newsletters

The #metoo movement brought to light many other gender issues.  In pharma:

External: In December 2017, JAMA published a study on industry payments to physicians, showing that male physicians received a greater number and higher value of industry payments (not including research funding) than female physicians, by a median difference of $1,470 annually.

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Dear FDA

Posted by Cello Admin on March 28, 2017  /   Posted in Newsletters

dear-fda-imageDear FDA:

We know that our president called together the top executives in the pharmaceutical industry just a few weeks ago.   Although it is a bit hazy what exactly was discussed,1 a directive from our administration is that, for every new regulation passed, two should be repealed.  It is not clear whether this topic was discussed at the meetings with the executives of our industry, and some have said that it may not apply to the FDA,2  but…

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Troubled Waters in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Posted by Cello Admin on January 17, 2017  /   Posted in Newsletters

watersThe biopharma industry has dramatically influenced the outcomes of many disease states, including but not limited to AIDS/HIV, hepatitis C, cancers, and many cardiovascular conditions.  Despite such impacts, Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” comes to mind in terms of the pharma industry in 2016.

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The Big Corporation of the Future Will Resemble the Little Corporation Today

Posted by Cello Admin on May 18, 2016  /   Posted in Newsletters

Last year, former Cisco CEO John Chambers said that “soon, you’ll see huge companies with just 2 employees – the CEO and the CIO.”

Similar to other crazy predictions that have been made by John Chambers (such as opening your hotel room door with your smartphone), this prediction may also come true. In small corporations, we already understand that dynamic. Regardless of your sector (retail, manufacturing, financial services, you name it), every business is technology-based today, elevating the CIO to the second position, after the CEO who manages the company.

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FMVs – Guns and Butter?

Posted by Cello Admin on December 18, 2015  /   Posted in Newsletters

gunsandbutterSaturday Night Live had a character named Father Guido Sarducci (actor Don Novello), who had the remarkable ability to distill four years of a college major into three words.

For those studying Spanish, the magic words were “¿Como está usted?”

For economics majors: Guns and Butter.

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