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Best of the Blog: IN VIVO, April 2008

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"Best of the Blog" is a monthly column highlighting the best of our free online content at www.windhover.com/blog. In April: Televancin Delayed by Grassley's Ketek Data Integrity Rule; Diabetes Drug Development and Regulatory Risk: Why the Guidance May Be Good News; and Mircera: Bad for Patents, Good for Patients?

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