Vermont approves MD gift ban; Avandia may still be questionable;

> Vermont has approved a very tough ban on pharmaceutical company marketing to doctors, one that restricts just about every form of gift and financial contribution. FiercePharma

> Now wait just a minute--maybe that new study suggesting that Avandia isn't so bad is flawed, some doctors are saying. FiercePharma

> If you thought mice were the best choice for medical researchers, guess again. Increasingly, barnyard animals are the models to use, scientists say. FierceBioResearcher

> The FDA has started figuring out how to spend $364 million on information technology, but its plans aren't quite up to snuff yet, according to the GAO. FierceBiotechIT

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