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Queen's in the News: September 10,2012

Duncan Sinclair (School of Medicine, School of Policy Studies) – Expect profit margins of pharmacies to shrink as austerity-focused governments seek to rein in spending on prescription drugs, in the Chicago Tribune, CNBC, Hampton Roads Daily Press (Virginia), Reuters UK, Reuters India, and many other newspapers and websites around the world.

Houchang Hassan-Yari (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Canada closes its embassy in Iran, on Global TV National, CTV News channel, Radio Canada (French-language CBC TV), the National Post and more than 50 other newspapers and websites.

John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – Canadian real estate news, on CTV News Channel.

Robert Reid (Gynecology) – Hormone therapy gaining support 10 years after study warned about health risks, in the Vancouver Sun, Saskatoon Star Phoenix and the Regina Leader Post.

George Smith (School of Policy Studies) – The NHL/players' union collective bargaining process, in the Toronto Star.

Daniel Woolf (Principal) and Alan Harrison (Provost) – Post-seconday education needs evolve and change, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

David Hanes (Physics, Engineering Pysics and Astronomy) – NASA's Voyager 1 close to becoming the first man-made object to leave our solar system, on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning.

David Rappaport (School of Computing) – New software program can send large 3D images of dinosaur bones, on CKNW (Vancouver).

Linda Ippolito (Law) – Alternative dispute resolution has lost its alternative way, in The Lawyers Weekly.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – It’s the permanent campaign; Harper’s team never rests, in The Hill Times.

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