I’ve been away from my computer for the past several days, so these links are all from the early part of the week:
Revere at Effect Measure reports that the situation at National Institute of Environmental Health Science is revealing more damage to federal science.
Jacob Goldstein at the WSJ Health Blog discusses the implications of a Supreme Court ruling on drug patents.
Abel Pharmboy at Terra Sigillata wants to see more regulation of herbal products, but fears the FDA’s new guidance on complementary and alternative medicine products might backfire.
Kate Sheppard at Gristmill has the highlights from the Center for Public Integrity’s Superfund investigation.
Ben at Technology, Health & Development (THD) suggests that the Council on Foreign Relations make a few additions to their upcoming roundtable event on effective health technologies in developing countries.
Oliver Ridley at The Oliver Ridley Crawl has the scoop on a campaign against turtle poaching in Mexico.
Rachel Nugent at the Center for Global Development Blog discusses the toll of chronic diseases in developing countries.
Robert McClure at Dateline Earth traces the connections between a timber industry lawyer and the marbled murrelet.
Help me round out the list – what else is worth a read, especially from the latter part of the week?