ALSO NOTED: FDA may require side-effects hotline number in DTC ads; Many uninsured could be eligible for gov't insurance; and m

> An FDA panel is considering whether it should require direct-to-consumer advertisers to include a side-effects hotline in every commercial. FiercePharma

> A new study suggests that if every patient who was eligible was enrolled in government insurance programs, uninsured rolls in the U.S. would be much lower. FierceHealthFinance

> Novartis may be getting closer to a vaccine that could protect infants from meningococcal B infections. FierceVaccines

> Chinese citizens are facing long waits for medical care after surviving the catastrophic earthquake which recently took place there. Article

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