Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 15:48:43 -0800
Reply-To: Ed Cabanero <ed_cabanero@YAHOO.COM>
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From: Ed Cabanero <ed_cabanero@YAHOO.COM>
Subject: SAS clinical trials site update
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Navigation is much easier with the use of DHTML, courtesy of a post by Gregg Snell (subject:
SCONSIG). Always nice to get feedback, so don't hold back; I can take it. Do check out the links
I've provided to the Biospace.com clickable maps of pharm/biotech companies by region. These are
I will work next on ramping up my programs archive; these are a few programs and macros I've
returned to consistently in my CT consulting work. It will help those ramping up to CT or maybe
the smart individuals who rely on people like me to do it for them. I don't mind sharing.
Here are some CT-specific FYI stuff I've come up with this past week.
Preparing database extracts for ready analysis and reporting.
Working with the DSMB.
Thanks and hope this helps!
Ed Cabanero firstname.lastname@example.org
SAS(R) programming and development in the
regulated pharmaceutical industry setting
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