The report on the Traditional Foods Project is part of CDC supplement on reducing healthcare disparities.
A study published in JAMA Oncology found that the knowledge of genetic risk influenced surgical treatment decisions in women younger than 40 years who were diagnosed with breast cancer.
Although the United States is often viewed as having some of the best healthcare in the world, the validity of this assertion has been called into question for a number of years.
What we're reading, February 11, 2016: Plaintiffs lose their case against cigarette manufacturer; the politics behind providing care for those infected with Zika; and of course, prescription drug prices.
While there are no significant differences in the results between filgrastim and TBO-filgrastim in a clinical setting, TBO-filgrastim offers significant cost savings over filgrastim.
Seven of the states with the largest reductions in uninsured rates since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act have both expanded Medicaid and established a state-based exchange or a state-federal partnership.
Using surgery to promote weight loss and improve health is associated with improve mortality. This study sought information on whether survival benefits extended to patients at higher ages.
The study, while small, suggests a scalable solution that would allow payers address diabetes prevention and health disparities.
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