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The FDA has announced a public competition to develop a mobile application that allows users to find the nearest location of the overdose-reversing drug naloxone. Here are 5 things to know about the 2016 Naloxone App Competition.
What we're reading, September 23, 2016: California's insurance commissioner wants to try a public option; Valeant avoids double-digit price hikes with 9.9% increases; maker of Suboxone being sued by 35 states and the District of Columbia for keeping generics off the market.
A report finds that access to buprenorphine in Medicaid varies widely depending on where patients live. It's the latest example of the lack of mental health parity that former Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy confronts in his long quest for equity in care.
Research published in the journal JAMA Oncology argues that major lifestyle changes can significantly delay the onset of cancer.
Compared with a decade ago, the vast majority of long-term care claimants are satisfied with their coverage and interactions with the insurance company, according to a survey sponsored by America's Health Insurance Plans.
Research conducted at the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that white women performed better than black women on physical and functional health-related quality-of-life (HRQOL) scores, but not spiritual HRQOL.
What we're reading, September 22, 2016: a new bill would cap out-of-pocket costs for Medicare beneficiaries; world leaders agreed to a global effort to curb the spread of superbugs; and Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan, MD, will donate $3 billion over 10 years to cure disease.
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