Author Archives: Mark Senak

Time for FDA’s OPDP to Fill the Gaps on Digital and Social Media

At mid-year, it has been a custom here at Eye on FDA to look back at a few categories of activity by FDA at the first half of the year and discern what it tells us about future directions. This … Continue reading

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Webinar on the Medical and Legal Aspects of COVID-19

Any pandemic is a medical crisis first, but it is also a social crisis and in the case of COVID-19, it has been a financial crisis. On top of that, emerging pathogens push new legal issues into the forefront. Currently … Continue reading

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The OK for Patients’ Return to Healthcare Needs Clear Signals From Trusted Sources

COVID-19 was a shock to the system unlike anything that had been anticipated. Even prior to the shutdown, health-perceptive people were starting to avoid public venues and there were declines in the numbers of people going out to eat at … Continue reading

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The Pharmaceutical-Biotech-Devices Industries Face a New World Post-Pandemic

There is going to be a time in the not too distant future, when the fuller picture of the healthcare impacts of COVID-19 come into sharper focus. When that happens, it is not likely to be pretty. In large part, … Continue reading

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The Language of “Recovery” in the Age of COVID-19

There have been many parallels drawn between this pandemic and the AIDS pandemic that began in 1981. And in fact while many obvious differences exist there are many valid comparisons. Moreover, there are some common threads that run through crises … Continue reading

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