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Healthcare integrated with housing support for homeless medically vulnerable lowers costs without affecting quality of care.
A study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention has identified geographic and ethnic factors as an important determinant of vaccinating against the human papillomavirus.
Every year, health policy wonks get into the loving spirit of Valentine’s Day with poetry, puns, and more on Twitter using the popular hashtag #HealthPolicyValentines. We round up some of the best.
From fighting cancer to the nation's heroin epidemic, there are items in President Obama's final budget that likely have bipartisan support even if the budget as a whole was panned on arrival.
Patients with advanced kidney cancer in the UK now have access to nivolumab through an early access scheme.
The results amplify earlier work at UAB that showed verapamil reversed type 1 diabetes in mice. A clinical trial involving the drug in recently diagnosed patients with type 1 disease is still enrolling participants.
What we're reading, February 12, 2016: the former Kentucky governor is looking to block the current governor's plans to dismantle Kynect; Senator Orrin Hatch speaks out against Medicare negotiation of drug prices; and the link between Zika and microcephaly is growing stronger.
Findings reveal an obvious area for improvement in population health.
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