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February 2015
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February 2015

Volume: 21
Number: 2
Reena L. Pande, MD, MSc; Michael Morris; Aimee Peters, LCSW; Claire M. Spettell, PhD; Richard Feifer, MD, MPH; William Gillis, PsyD
Julie Zissimopoulos, PhD; Geoffrey F. Joyce, PhD; Lauren M. Scarpati, MA; and Dana P. Goldman, PhD


January/February
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January/February

Volume: 7
Number: 1
Laura Joszt, MA, Assistant Managing Editor, AJMC & AJPB
Marie Smith, PharmD; Lynn Pezzullo, RPh; Julie Kuhle, RPh; and Woody Eisenberg, MD


December 2014
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December 2014

Volume: 2
Number: 4
Melanie Applegate, MSN, FNP; Glen B. Taksler, PhD; Negin Hajizadeh, MD, MPH; Kate lyn Milavsky, BS; Catherine Ekeleme, MPH; Angela Fagerlin, PhD; Lauren Uhler, BA; and R. Scott Braithwaite, MD, MS, FACP
Thomas D. Doerr, MD; Herbert B. Olson, FSA; and Deborah C. Zimmerman, MD


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Characterizing Pulmonary Hypertension–Related Hospitalization Costs Among Medicare Advantage or Commercially Insured Patients With Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: A Retrospective Database Study

Volume: 21
Number: 3 Suppl

Monday, March 2nd, 2015
Nurse Who Contracted Ebola to Sue Texas Hospital Parent Company
Mary K. Caffrey
Nina Pham was the first nurse at Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas to contract the Ebola virus after caring for patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who died October 8, 2014. In an interview with The Dallas Morning News, Pham said she will sue the hospital’s parent company today for unspecified damages, citing inadequate training and safety measures and for violations to her privacy.
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