P2P Library Now Available

As I promised in my previous post, I have created a library of public comments submitted to NIH on the P2P Panel’s draft report. You can view links to each comment on this page.

I will update the page with more comments as I receive them. If you would like to add your comment to the library, please email it to me at jspotila AT yahoo DOT com. Let me know if you would like to be anonymous.

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2 Responses to P2P Library Now Available

  1. Jennie, it is because of people like you with extraordinary skills in the realm of law, your untiring dedication and your ability to to turn adversity into opportunity that this is happening.

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  2. Chris says:

    Jennie, you have really started something with this great “Library” idea–it has encouraged people to write responses, knowing that their work would be available to others interested, and would not be destroyed, whether or not it was actually read by members of the P2P panel–and incidentally, do we know anything about how the responses would be made available to the panel members? You have now collected responses not only from North America, but also Belgium, the Netherlands, UK, and –many–Sweden. A good many doctors and other health professionals. It is almost enough to give one hope! A great idea, and many thanks for all your work-again.

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