Vaccine market to double in seven years; FDA chief emphasizes science;

> Analysts are predicting that the expanding vaccine market will more than double in the seven years leading up to 2014, boosted by growing physician demand. FierceVaccines

> The acting chief of the FDA has set out his views on where the agency should go, and in his view, one key issue is restoring the role of "scientific thought and process" in regulatory decisions. FiercePharma

> A new CDC report suggests that hypothermia treatment is a costly drain on emergency departments, particularly given that victims are typically uninsured. FierceHealthFinance

> Think Americans are excited about electronic medical records? Maybe not so much. A new study suggests that they don't favor pumping up government spending on health IT. FierceHealthIT

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