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Good morning, everyone, and welcome to another working week. We hope the weekend respite was relaxing and invigorating, because that oh-so-familiar routine of meetings, phone calls, texts, deadlines, and what-not has, of course, returned. But the world, as they say, keeps spinning. So to cope, we are quaffing a few cups of stimulation. Feel free to join us. Remember, no prescription is required, so there is no fuss or muss with copays or rebates. Meanwhile, here are some tidbits to help you along. Hope your day goes well and do drop us a line if something interesting occurs.

Scam artists posing as employees from the Food and Drug Administration are issuing official-looking letters to those who have tried to buy prescription medicines from illegal online pharmacies, USA Today writes. The fake warning letters accuse the consumers of potential drug violations, according to the FDA. While the letters do not demand money, they issue ominous warnings to consumers. The FDA believes the letters are part of an international extortion scam.

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  • One might observe that “ONE” example of corporate generosity by Bob Hugin/ Celgene is a “fluke” as opposed to a statistically valid sample. One might, but this is after all politics (and NJ politics at that), rather than rigorous science in any way shape or from.

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