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05/19/2014

‘Right to Try’ laws spur debate over dying patients’ access to experimental drugs

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05/14/2014

N.I.H. Tells Researchers to End Sex Bias in Early Studies

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04/23/2014

Would you share your DNA info to advance medicine?

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04/02/2014

Guidance published on informing study participants about findings with potential health implications

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04/02/2014

PatientsLikeMe Launches “Data for Good” Campaign to Encourage Health Data Sharing to Advance Medicine

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04/02/2014

Why I, a founder of PLOS, am forsaking open access

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03/24/2014

Crowdsourcing medical decisions: Ethicists worry Josh Hardy case may set bad precedent

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03/13/2014

Company Makes Drug Available To Ailing Boy Following Public Outcry

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03/11/2014

One Author of a Startling Stem Cell Study Calls for Its Retraction

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03/11/2014

Elizabeth Warren vows fight for gender equality in medical studies

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