publication date: Dec. 20, 2010

In this issue: 

NIH to ban consulting by top officials, limit outside work by other employees.

Predicant, Correlogic executives contradict scientists’ claim that firms didn’t appear to compete.

White House names five to NCAB, reappoints Niederhuber as chairman.

Cancer survivors number 9.8 million in U.S., CDC says.

Cigarette use declining among high school students, report finds.

University of Wisconsin wins $7 million NIH construction grant for cancer center.

Vanderbilt physician-scientist Philip Browning, 51, dead of colon cancer.

Funding opportunities listed.

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