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08/31/2016

When a Medical Test Leads to Another, and Another

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08/26/2016

EpiPens are my armor against disaster. They shouldn’t be priced like a luxury.

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06/28/2016

End-Of-Life Care Better For Patients With Cancer, Dementia: Study Finds

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03/16/2016

‘Difficult’ patients may tend to get worse care, studies find

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12/08/2015

More than half of U.S. doctors experience burnout

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12/02/2015

When medical knowledge is at a crossroads, how research can take patient preferences into account

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11/10/2015

The Theranos mess: A timeline

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11/03/2015

A group of middle-aged whites in the U.S. is dying at a startling rate

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10/27/2015

Heaven over hospital: Dying girl, age 5, makes a choice

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10/26/2015

Clash in the name of Care

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