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June 25, 2019
"Cocktail therapy," or drug combination treament, may improve quality of life and the conditions of patients with Parkinson disease dementia. 
June 25, 2019
As states continue to consider Medicaid expansion and introduce their own work requirements, we've created a Medicaid expansion monitor.
June 25, 2019
The US Supreme Court will decide a case involving 2 insurance companies that claimed they were shorted $12 billion by the federal government for "risk corridor" payments related to the ACA; Missouri's last abortion clinic will stay open until at least Friday after a state circuit court judge extended a preliminary injunction he previously issued; City of Hope will invest $1 billion in a new cancer research center and hospital in Irvine, California.
June 25, 2019
According to the researchers, these cells are more susceptible to HIV infection, support the highest levels of infection, and are the more likely to transfer HIV to CD4 T cells following infection.
June 24, 2019
Based upon an agreement that study protocol would be revised, the FDA has removed the partial clinical hold it placed in March on CANOVA, a phase 3 clinical trial of venetoclax.
June 24, 2019
Postural sway, the tendency to sway even while standing still, is an independent risk factor for bone fractures in postmenopausal women.
June 24, 2019
President Trump today issued an executive order intended to open the door for more transparency around healthcare costs.
June 24, 2019
Since 2007, the number of enrollees without low-income subsidies who had spending above the catastrophic threshold has more than doubled, reaching 1 million enrollees in 2015, 2016, and 2017.
June 24, 2019
President Trump's proposal to lower drug prices moves forward, scientific leaders admit they're powerless to stop a Russian scientist from creating gene-edited babies, and the adminisration seeks to change a regulation that requires healthcare organizations to give notice of free translation services and directions on how to report discrimination. 
June 23, 2019
Patients with pediatric-onset multiple sclerosis (MS) not only have lower cognitive scores in adulthood than patients with adult-onset MS, but cognitive scores declined faster.
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