A.D.A.M. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Alan Greene (right) amused the audience and ACOR’s Gilles Frydman (left) by referencing Thomas Jefferson half a dozen times during a plenary session on Wednesday here at Health 2.0 in Boston.
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Thank you so much for including the qualifier that prefaced my impromptu thought! Kudos: you’re the only observer I’ve seen who told it accurately!
Our first celebrity commenter! Thanks, e-Patient Dave. We do strive for accuracy in our reporting. Enjoyed your quip at Dr. Sands’ expense. Keep it up, sir.
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