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Public Is To Blame for Many of Our Health Care Problems
To take just two examples, the measles vaccine and techniques to prevent infant suffocation can’t work if people refuse to use them.
Visiting Europe? Get Your Measles Shot
Record-High Number of Cases in France, Italy, Greece, Other Locations
Phase 3 Trial of Freeze-dried Smallpox Vaccine Commences
Will Have a Longer Shelf Life Than Current, Expired Stockpile
New Biomarker Test Improves Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis
Most Women Undergoing Surgery for Suspected Cancer Do Not Have It
Drug Screen Can Detect 9 Drug Classes, Gets Clearance
Specific Monoclonal Antibodies Ensure Extreme Sensitivity, Accuracy
Generic and Brand-name Hypothyroidism Drugs Have Similar Cardiovascular Outcomes
Results Could Have Major Impact on Treatment Costs
Let the Pharmacy Rebates Go Directly to Medicare Beneficiaries
More transparency would create a system that helps patients and benefits all stakeholders.
‘Misleading, Incomplete, and Inaccurate Information’ Hamper Biosimilar Acceptance
Errors of commission and omission keep these effective and less expensive pharmaceuticals out of the reach of patients.
Drew Altman: Universal Coverage Can Never Be Truly Universal
Calls to cover every single person in the United States fly in the face of feasibility, argues the CEO of the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Non-Insulin Liraglutide Approved for Pediatric Type-2 Diabetes
Almost 64% of Patients Showed Decreased Hemoglobin A1c Levels
Injectable Foam to Staunch Bleeding is Breakthrough Therapy
Lifesaving Life Foam for Battlefield, Terrorist Attacks, Trauma
Cell-Replacement Therapy After Total Pancreatectomy Gets Orphan Drug Status
Cell Reprogramming Process May Benefit Patients Prone to Severe Hypoglycemia
Cancer-Sniffing Dogs 97% Accurate in Lung Cancer Detection
Beagles Beat Out Advanced Technology
Hospitals Can Help Addicts, But Usually Don’t
Providers tend to focus on the health problem before them, and usually don’t address the underlying addiction that caused it.
FDA Approves First Wearable Device for Adolescent IBS Pain
Over Half of Patients Had Reduced Pain Levels of 30% or More
Can ICER bring cost-effectiveness to drug prices?
Buckeye Bullseye on the Backs of PBMs
Adam Fein: Drug spend is NOT skyrocketing
EDs Getting Ready To Step Into Value-based Payment Waters
‘What if we become the change we want to see’?
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