Spokeswoman says Sen. Isakson’s calls to agencies on behalf of biotech firm’s CEO were ‘nothing improper’
Anders Melin | Bloomberg News Journalist | Muck Rack – stripes.com – Spokeswoman says Sen. Isakson's calls to agencies on behalf of biotech firm's CEO were 'nothing improper' Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., at a.
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The PAC was operated by Georgia-based MiMedx, whose CEO. A spokesman for Trump's transition said Price had no knowledge of “internal issues” at MiMedx.. MiMedx officials did not return calls or respond to detailed questions. Isakson spokeswoman Amanda Maddox said the senator “has a long.
by Charles Litton, UNeMed. LINCOLN, Neb. (Feb. 3, 2016)-UNeMed president and CEO Michael Dixon testified before Nebraska’s Executive Board of the legislative council tuesday in favor of two bills currently before Nebraska’s 104th Legislature. Both bills deal with promoting, supporting and growing start-up and small businesses in the state.
stripes.com – Spokeswoman says Sen. Isakson's calls to agencies on behalf of biotech firm's CEO were 'nothing improper' Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., at a.
Two former sales representatives of Amgen, a biotech company, alleged the company strongly encouraged its salesforce to search confidential medical records in dermatologist’s offices in an attempt to find names of patients that would benefit from the use of Amgen’s drug Enbrel, a treatment for psoriasis.
Parker “Pete” Petit was in a bind.. the Atlanta VA had started scaling back on products from MiMedx, calling them. “There was no other communication with the VA about the issue after that briefing,” the spokeswoman said in an. make inquiries on behalf of corporate constituents with federal agencies.
Amid a targeted lobbying effort, Congress weakened the DEA’s ability to go after drug distributors, even as opioid-related deaths continue to rise, a Washington Post and ’60 Minutes.
Spokeswoman says Sen. Isakson’s calls to agencies on behalf of biotech firm’s CEO were ‘nothing improper’ Biotech firm MiMedx of Marietta, Georgia, had a problem with one of its biggest customers, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. For help, it turned to a friendly senator in Washington, Johnny Isakson.
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