MI doctors seek legal protection for reporting sick drivers; Grady Memorial has patient data breach;

> Michigan doctors are fighting to get legal protection for when they choose to report patients who are driving despite medical restrictions, such as driving bans due to seizures. Article

> Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital announced that information on 45 of its patients ended up on an unsecured, publicly available website and remained available for a few weeks, including doctors' notes, medical conditions, diagnoses, documentation of medical procedures and possibly names and ages of patients. FierceHealthIT

> Pharma spending on ads is falling this year, for the first time ever, with health education campaigns among the hardest hit. FiercePharma

> In one of several initiatives working to eliminate malaria by the year 2015, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is putting up $168 million to fund research into a new generation of malaria vaccines. FierceBioResearcher

And Finally... It's the traffic sign of the devil...or so someone seems to believe. Article

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