First Anniversary

Feb 08 2008 Published by under Blogging, Day in the life of DrugMonkey

It was a year ago that YHN created the first DrugMonkey blog entry entitled "Mozart would have been dead for 7 years..." which started:

Biomedical research scientists in the US (and worldwide) are bright, highly educated and creative folks. Most are dedicated to the public good, undergoing years of low pay while fueling the greatest research apparatus ever built- the NIH-funded behemoth that is American health science. Yet they persist in various types of employment stress and uncertainty for years, with minimal confidence of ever attaining a "real job".

Thanks for reading.

2 responses so far

  • Well, since no one has come by to congratulate you and share some blogcake with you, please refer to my then-early-but-thought-I-was-late happy blogiversary post.
    Here's to a raucous second year!

  • Madeline says:

    I would like to applaud the medical scientists that are working to ensure that evidence is available to support the use of medications. I am also appreciative that this group of scientists also work to ensure that if there is no evidence that certain medications work for certain groups of people, i.e. children, that they make the public aware asap and take steps to stop drug companies from recommending the drug for that demographic.

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