publication date: Dec. 20, 2010

In this issue: 

Institute for Cancer Prevention, of Valhalla, N.Y., last week closed its doors and sought protection under bankruptcy laws after NCI alleged that the center improperly withdrew $5.7 million in federal funds. IFCP, formerly known as American Health Foundation, had ample warning of its fiscal crisis, NCI said.

Also In sudden policy change, NIH proposes one-year ban on consulting by employees.

Senate committee approves $1.1 billion increase for NIH.

NIH selects nine scientists for Pioneer Awards.

DoD Ovarian Cancer Research Program seeks proposals for FY05 funding.

September issue of Business & Regulatory Report included–8 additional pages of industry news.

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