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Subject: Ideas For Writing Publications For The Two Recently Submitted ASBMR
 Abstracts
To: r.eastell@sheffield.ac.uk, ablumsohn@sheffield.ac.uk
CC: mroyer@twcny.rr.com, chines.aa@pg.com, pack.s@pg.com, david.cahall@aventis.com
From: barton.ip@pg.com
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 14:36:41 +0100

Dear Richard and Aubrey

I wanted to introduce you to one of The Alliance's external medical writers,
Mary Royer.
I've had the great privilege to have worked closely with Mary on a
number of manuscripts which The Alliance have recently published. Mary is based
in New York and is very familiar with both the risedronate data and our key
messages,
in addition to being well clued up on competitor and general
osteoporosis publications.

Chandu has agreed that Mary will be the external medical writer for your two
planned BTM vs Fx manuscripts. Lisa Bosch (our internal medical writer) helped
us finalised the JBMR manuscript, if you remember.

I told Mary that last week you agreed to put together publication briefs for the
two manuscripts, and once these were written we should all know the key
messages/data etc. Richard and Aubrey, how do you want to proceed?
Richard, I
know you allocate "publication writing days", so are you thinking of drafting
the publications first and then let Mary take over or would you like Mary to
write from the beginning? I'm very flexible. Mary and I have just finished
writing a publication with Steven Boonen (Richard you will be contacted as
you're a co-author!) and Mary was involved at the very beginning and wrote from
scratch.

If you could let both Mary and I know how you envisage us all working together
that would be extremely helpful. I'm hoping that we can get the publication
briefs written in the next couple of weeks and get the publications drafted by
mid-June.
What do you reckon?!

Take care and hope to hear from you soon,
Ian

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1) Subject Access Data Request 27/11/2004 (Data Protection Act 1998) Sheffield University 2) A Blumsohn Email Archive 20/12/2003
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Subject: Ideas For Writing Publications For The Two Recently Submitted ASBMR
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CC: mroyer@twcny.rr.com, chines.aa@pg.com, pack.s@pg.com, david.cahall@aventis.com
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Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 14:36:41 +0100
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