Nonprofit Finds New Cholesterol Drugs Far Too Costly
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Nonprofit Finds New Cholesterol Drugs Far Too Costly

(Fox News) – An independent nonprofit organization that evaluates clinical and cost effectiveness of new…

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Study Outlines Challenges for Black Males in Medicine
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Study Outlines Challenges for Black Males in Medicine

Lauren Abdel-Razzaq, THE DETROIT FREE PRESS DETROIT (The Detroit Free Press) — The number of African-American…

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GlobeImmune Hep B Drug Fails Mid-Stage Study, Shares Plunge
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GlobeImmune Hep B Drug Fails Mid-Stage Study, Shares Plunge

  (Reuters) – Drug developer GlobeImmune Inc said its experimental hepatitis B drug did not…

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The 11 Highest Paying Jobs in Demand
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The 11 Highest Paying Jobs in Demand

  (CBS News) – With many Americans suffering from stagnant wages and some occupations still…

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New Study Reveals Healing Power of Voices
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New Study Reveals Healing Power of Voices

  (CBS) – Every five seconds, someone in this country suffers a traumatic brain injury;…

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Early Statin Use May Give Long-Term Heart Benefits
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Early Statin Use May Give Long-Term Heart Benefits

MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP Chief Medical Writer CHICAGO (AP) — Taking a cholesterol-lowering drug for five…

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Half of US Adults 40 to 75 Eligible for Statins
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Half of US Adults 40 to 75 Eligible for Statins

MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP Chief Medical Writer Almost half of Americans ages 40 to 75 and…

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Fearful Doctors May Order Too Many Tests
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Fearful Doctors May Order Too Many Tests

(Reuters Health) – Doctors who are the most worried about malpractice suits are more likely…

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