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Topic Archives: Health Care

06/01/2016

Why taking morphine, oxycodone can sometimes make pain worse

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05/31/2016

Infection Raises Specter of Superbugs Resistant to All Antibiotics

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05/24/2016

Just 5% of Terminally-Ill Cancer Patients Fully Understand Prognosis, Study Finds

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This entry was posted in End of Life Care, Health Care. Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

05/17/2016

Should Your Doctor Ask If You Own Guns?

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This entry was posted in Health Care, Public Health. Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

05/13/2016

WHEN DO YOU GIVE UP ON TREATING A CHILD WITH CANCER?

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This entry was posted in End of Life Care, Health Care, Pediatrics. Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

05/04/2016

Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the U.S.

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05/03/2016

For Hospitals, Prestige Leads To Profits

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This entry was posted in Health Care, Institutions, Centers, Funding. Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

04/27/2016

Letters Telling Women About Breast Density Are Often Too Darn Dense

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This entry was posted in Health Care, Informed Consent. Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

04/19/2016

Study Backs Pancreas Cell Transplants for Severe Diabetes

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This entry was posted in Clinical Trials & Studies, Health Care. Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

04/13/2016

IBM and American Cancer Society Want to Create the Ultimate Cancer Advisor

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