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Pharma goes to Hollywood

The portrayal of 90s pharma in the film 'Love and Other Drugs' has no doubt had many a compliance manager cringing on the edge of their cinema seat. Our man on the inside offers his thoughts.
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The Editor’s blog, part 3

At the close of a decade marred by corruption allegations and antitrust raids, Pf Editor Chris Ross focuses on trust.
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How’s your balance?

Are you living a constant balancing act between your home and work life?
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Cultural Intelligence and the Pharmaceutical Industry

Dr R K Powar explains how the 'Soft S's' of management can make or break an organisation.
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An Obituary – Pens and post-its R.I.P

In a recent Pf poll, 60% of website users voted that the 2011 changes to the ABPI Code will not have a positive impact on interactions with doctors. Pf’s Industry Insider says a fond farewell to his longstanding companions.
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Weekly news round-up

Pf Web Editor Di Spencer sums up the week's most pertinent stories.
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The Editor’s blog, part 2

Recent reports of the death of NICE are greatly exaggerated. Its power to decide which medicines the NHS can use may well be curbed...
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Weekly news round-up

Pf Web Editor Di Spencer sums up the week's most pertinent stories.
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Top pharma publisher offers Christmas prize draw!

Pf publisher Health Sector Publishing (HSP) is offering one lucky person a free Virgin Experience Day voucher – just for registering on www.pharmafield.co.uk.
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