The Case Linda Lumbar, who serves as grants manager for the Women's Alliance for Menopause (an Accreditation Council for CME — accredited nonprofit medical association related to wellness for perimenopausal women), is excited when an e-mail from Better Bones Inc. pops up on her BlackBerry. Linda recently submitted a grant proposal for a performance-improvement activity related to osteoporosis. She anticipated that the grant request would be approved because the proposal was very strong: It ...

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