ALSO NOTED: For-profits see bad debt drop during first quarter of '08; Bayer fined $16.2 million for price-fixing; and much mor

> As it turns out, for-profits actually saw bad debt expense go down during the first quarter of this year despite nasty market conditions. FierceHealthFinance

> Bayer has been fined $16.2 million for fixing prices on aspirin and other over-the-counter meds in Germany. FiercePharma

> Think health IT will cut big costs from the healthcare system? Don't count on it, says the Congressional Budget Office. FierceHealthIT

> Studies suggest that a new vaccine and chemotherapy combo could significantly prolong the survival of patients with glioblastoma, the aggressive brain cancer afflicting Senator Ted Kennedy. FierceVaccine

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