Good morning, all. This is what I am reading this morning:
- Finding patients can always be a difficult task when conducting a clinical trial, but even more so when a doctor has to conduct an expensive genetic test that detects 1% of the population – “Finding Cancer Patients Is the Pharma Industry’s Unlikely Challenge”
- Buffett, Dimon and Bezos find their miracle man, charged with fixing a broken healthcare system
- Google can now predict with greater accuracy than a hospital’s computers when a critically ill patient will die, according to a new study – “Hey, Google! When will I die?”
- Purdue Pharma lays off 350, cutting remainder of its sales force and Opioid supply levels decline in most states, report finds
Let me know what you are reading.