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Friends,

I subscribe to the BMJ alerting service, and used to circulate one or
two BMJ articles or news items in E-drug each Friday. Lately it
seems that BMJ is getting more interested in drugs issues. For
example, today's BMJ has at least 10 items (see below) which I
would love to circulate. However, circulating this amount of BMJ
material is taking me too much time and I leave it to you to visit
BMJ's site. Contrary to most other medical journals, BMJ's online
content is free and open to anyone! Cheers to BMJ!

PS. Should you also want to subscribe to BMJ's alerting service,
please follow the directions at http://bmj.com/cgi/customalert   You
can adjust is fully to your own preferences. What you see below are
the preferences which I plugged in. 

Hilbrand Haak
E-drug moderator

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You have requested citations for the following bmj.com collections:

   * Drugs: Regulation
   * Evidence Based Practice: Changing physician behavior
   * General Practice/Family Practice/Primary Care: Health Services 
      Research
   * CLINICAL: Medicine in Developing Countries
   * Health Policy: International health

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Drugs: Regulation
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     http://bmj.com/cgi/collection/regulation

India admits to unapproved drug formulations in market
     Ganapati Mudur
     BMJ 2003;326 1286

New Zealand GPs call for end to direct to consumer advertising
     Zosia Kmietowicz
     BMJ 2003;326 1284

EU health ministers reject proposal for limited direct to consumer 
advertising
     Rory Watson
     BMJ 2003;326 1284

Should drug companies be allowed to talk directly to patients?: NO
     Wendy Garlick
     BMJ 2003;326 1302-1303

Should drug companies be allowed to talk directly to patients?: YES
     Trevor Jones
     BMJ 2003;326 1302

Public health and company wealth
     Nathan Ford
     BMJ 2003;326 1296

Drug companies want to inform patients
     BMJ 2003;326 1286

Paroxetine must not be given to patients under 18
     Fabian Waechter
     BMJ 2003;326 1282

Schering-Plough is accused of overcharging and of obstructing
justice
     Fred Charatan
     BMJ 2003;326 1233

Canadian government is attacked for plan to legalise marijuana
     David Spurgeon
     BMJ 2003;326 1232

India agrees to help Nigeria tackle the import of fake drugs
     Abiodun Raufu
     BMJ 2003;326 1234

EU agrees deal on cheaper drugs for developing world
     Rory Watson
     BMJ 2003;326 1229

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Evidence Based Practice: Changing physician behavior
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     http://bmj.com/cgi/collection/changing_physician_behaviour

Patients' accounts of being removed from their general practitioner's
list: qualitative study
     Tim Stokes, Mary Dixon-Woods, Kate C Windridge, and Robert K
     McKinley
     BMJ 2003;326 1316

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General Practice/Family Practice/Primary Care: Health Services
Research
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     http://bmj.com/cgi/collection/health_serv_reasearch

Patients' views about taking antihypertensive drugs: questionnaire
study
     John Benson and Nicky Britten
     BMJ 2003;326 1314-1315

Meta-analysis of data on costs from trials of counselling in primary
care: using individual patient data to overcome sample size limitations
in economic analyses
     Peter Bower, Sarah Byford, Julie Barber, Jennifer Beecham,
     Sharon Simpson, Karin Friedli, Roslyn Corney, Michael King, and
     Ian Harvey. BMJ 2003;326 1247-1250

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CLINICAL: Medicine in Developing Countries
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     http://bmj.com/cgi/collection/medicine_in_developing_countries

Seen and not heard
     Sanjay Kumar
     BMJ 2003;326 1295

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Health Policy: International health
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     http://bmj.com/cgi/collection/International_health%3Anonclinical

Time to deliver with dignity
     Stan Davison and Ian Philp
     BMJ 2003;326 1300

Public health and company wealth
     Nathan Ford
     BMJ 2003;326 1296

Seen and not heard
     Sanjay Kumar
     BMJ 2003;326 1295

EU agrees deal on cheaper drugs for developing world
     Rory Watson
     BMJ 2003;326 1229

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