ALSO NOTED: ASCO already churning out news; Lilly, FDA ironing out Zyprexa shot problems; and much more...

> Today marks the start of the annual ASCO. Here's a round-up of some of the news coming out of the conference. ASCO report

> More from the Web-marketing frontier, where portals and blogs are passé: An Arizona entrepreneur is working up a site where cancer doctors and drugmakers can mix and mingle. Report

> Pharmacy records could soon become an open book in California. Yesterday, the state Senate passed a bill allowing pharmacies to sell patient info to third-party firms working for drugmakers. Report

> Eli Lilly says it's making progress with the FDA on approval of its long-acting, injectable form of Zyprexa. FDA report

And Finally... Solving the mystery of why type 1 diabetes is so prevalent in Finland could be the key to teasing out the causes of the disease. Report

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