Journal charges fraud in vax-autism study; 2010 data breach counts are in;

> A British Medical Journal review of the research conducted by vaccine-autism fear-monger Andrew Wakefield finds data discrepancies, alterations and misrepresentations, amounting to "an elaborate fraud." Story

> The Identity Theft Resource Center records 662 data breaches in 2010; HHS, 214 to date. ITRC release | List

> OpenClinica, the open-source clinical trial management system, saw a 975 percent increase in use for clinical trials supporting regulatory submissions, says Akaza CEO Cal Collins. Article

> ERT says its electronic Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale solution aids compliance with the FDA guidance, Suicidality: Prospective Assessment of Occurrence in Clinical Trials. ERT release

> Private investor Riverside Partners has made a majority equity investment in Eliassen Group, the tech staffing and clinical data management consultancy. Riverside release

> OmniComm has named Keith Howells VP for engineering. OmniComm release

> Vaccine-maker Sanofi Pasteur is the subject of a NextDocs document-management case study. NextDocs release

> Catalent Pharma Solutions now boasts electronic verification check stations at its clinical supply service facilities in Philadelphia, PA, and Schorndorf, Germany. Item

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