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Supplemental Filings: Pink Sheet’s Notebook on Elon vs. FDA, Audio vs. Video, and More

Executive Summary

Califf tweaks his misinformation stump speech, FDA adds to the Twitter COVID vaccine confusion with a tweet to Elon Musk, generic firms are schooled on the difference between a teleconference and a video conference, and other observations from Pink Sheet reporters’ notebooks.

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