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GS Chandy

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From: Hyderabad, Mumbai/Bangalore, India
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Re: Calculus Position Statement - NCTM & MAA
Posted: Oct 9, 2012 10:13 PM
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Haim posted Oct 10, 2012 5:43 AM (GSC's remarks follow):
> Kirby Urner Posted: Oct 9, 2012 1:02 PM

> >Lets just say that the two presenters are not really
> >"buying" the concept of race, but they're both avid
> >students of it (one a sociologist, the other a

> population
> >biologist, though with mostly non-humans a focus
> (moths
> >don't come in "races")).
> How lovely for them. Here is what a responsible
> ble voice sounds like,
> - ------------------------------
> tyInformationforPatientsandProviders/DrugSafetyInforma
> tionforHeathcareProfessionals/PublicHealthAdvisories/u
> cm051756.htm
> Description of current changes to the Crestor label
> In a pharmacokinetic study involving a diverse
> population of Asians residing in the United States,
> rosuvastatin drug levels were found to be elevated
> approximately 2-fold compared with a Caucasian
> control group. As a result of these findings, the
> "Dosage and Administration" section of the label now
> states that the 5 mg dose of Crestor should be
> considered as the start dose for Asian patients and
> any increase in dose should take into consideration
> the increased drug exposure in this patient
> population. Results of this pharmacokinetic study are
> further discussed under the "Clinical Pharmacology"
> and "Precautions" section of labeling.
> - -------------------------------
> You may know that Crestor is an important drug in
> in the statins class, used to
> ...treat high cholesterol and related conditions, and
> to prevent cardiovascular disease.
> Crestor is certainly too important to ignore, but it
> turns out that doctors must take special care with
> their Asian patients.
> I guess when you study moths, you are free to
> to pretend there are no important differences among
> human populations. Thank God nobody's life is in
> their hands.
> Haim
> No representation without taxation.

I wonder, did the "responsible voice" also demand anything like the following?


Just asking.
("Still Shoveling Away!") - with apologies if due to Barry Garelick for any tedium caused; and the observation that the obvious way to avoid at least this tedium in life is simply not to open any message purporting to originate from GSC.

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