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The New York Times reports on a significant advance in women’s health as “The two companies that make vaccines against cervical cancer announced Thursday that they would cut their prices to the world’s poorest countries below $5 per dose, eventually making it possible for millions of girls to be...
A new commentary piece in the Journal of General Internal Medicine discusses ten potential pitfalls of integrating smartphones with clinical care. The articles covers topics such as faulty monologues, surrounding neglect and myth of dependability, to name a few. The authors state that the purpose of...
Reuters reports new data that shows that U.S. spending on medications has dropped for the first time in 55 years. "Overall U.S. spending on medicines totaled $325.8 billion in 2012, down 1 percent from 2011, according to the report from the IMS Institute of Healthcare Informatics. Adjusting for population,...