FDA's Torti tells employees to keep quiet; DaVinci touts results from spinal cord trial;

> Interim FDA Commissioner Frank Torti (photo) wants his employees to zip their lips. According to In Vivo, Torti sent out a memo last Friday telling FDAers that they need to keep proprietary information to themselves. FiercePharma

> Following up on eight acute and chronic spinal cord injury patients who were injected with bone marrow stem cells two years ago, researchers say that the therapy proved safe and effective in improving their quality of life. FierceBiotech

> A new study by the American College of Physician Executives concludes that physicians and health IT still have a rocky relationship, with some reporting that the introduction of EMRs has been a disaster. FierceHealthIT

And Finally... If this guy is having a hard time getting to sleep now, how can anyone else expect to get a good night's rest? Article

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