FDA updating safety communications plans; HPV vaccine didn't kill UK teenager;

> The FDA is in the process of reworking its plans for communicating with the public and professional world about safety risks and benefits. FiercePharma

> Despite widespread fears to the contrary, it appears that the death of a UK-based teenage girl was not caused by an HPV vaccine, but rather, a malignant chest tumor. FierceVaccines

> New research suggests that EMRs could be a valuable tool in predicting which patients are at risk for domestic abuse. FierceEMR

> Apparently, doctors are ignoring almost 20 percent of alerts within EMRs warning them that an imaging result was abnormal. FierceEMR

And Finally... At this school, it was "Ferris Bueller" day for every single kid--or so it seemed. Article

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