CDC wants colleges to be mindful of H1N1's potential impact; Ex-CEO in fraud trial over drug announcement;

> With the severity of the H1N1 virus (aka--swine flu) expected to rise dramatically this fall, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is asking colleges relax rules regarding missing classes or turning in work late--and has even suggested that colleges consider suspending classes, if necessary. Article

> How often do accusations of over-touting a drug land a pharma CEO in criminal court? Not often. No wonder, then, that so many eyes are turned to a San Francisco court this week where the ex-chief of InterMune faces federal prosecution. FiercePharma

> If the state's governor gets his way, Kentucky will soon be home to a statewide electronic health records system. To foster that goal, State Gov. Steve Beshear (D) has created the Governor's Office of Electronic Health Information. FierceEMR

And Finally... Looks like he bit off a little more than he could chew. I know, bad joke. Article

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