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Minority teens were more likely to have undiagnosed diabetes or prediabetes, the researchers report.
While most adolescent survivors of childhood cancer have a good grip on their emotional well being, some frequently present with a combination of behavioral, emotional, and social symptoms, a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology has concluded
Despite evidence and clinical guidelines that support intensive statin use in high-risk patients, very few eligible patients start treatment at recommended levels.
AstraZeneca is trying to invoke the Orphan Drug Act to protect its blockbuster, on the grounds it is approved to treat a rare pediatric condition.
On an earnings call yesterday, Novartis announced that the FDA has sent a complete response letter for their product pegfilgrastim, biosimilar to Neulesta.
The way the meaningful use program was structured was more about the adoption of electronic health records and not interoperability, and in order to get there, the US health system needs to first understand what it wants interoperability to do.
Experts say Covered California is making up for coverage that was underpriced the last 2 years, and Maryland Medicaid officials create an uproar by changing the preferred opioid addiction treatment.
A long-term follow up study among Dutch women who underwent in-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment in the Netherlands has failed to find an association between the treatment and an increased risk of breast cancer.
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