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Why the ‘Free Market’ for Drugs Doesn’t Work and What We Can Do About It

January 19, 2017

The United States faces a major problem with prescription drug prices. Even as the prices of most goods and services have barely budged in recent years, the cost of drugs has surged

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Is It Time for Embryo Research Rules to Be Changed?

January 19, 2017

Experts are renewing calls to allow experiments on embryos beyond 14 days of development, saying it would drive medical breakthroughs

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How to Avoid a Post-Antibiotic World

January 19, 2017

On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a disturbing report about the death of an elderly woman in Washoe County, Nev. What killed her wasn’t heart disease, cancer or pneumonia. What killed her were bacteria that were resistant to every antibiotic doctors could throw at them

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Scientists Needn’t Get A Patient’s Consent To Study Blood Or DNA

January 19, 2017

The Obama administration has dropped a controversial proposal that would have required all federally funded scientists to get permission from patients before using their cells, blood, tissue or DNA for research. says Debra Mathews, a bioethicist at Johns Hopkins, expressed concern “We know that trust is a critical factor in folks participating in research, and we’ve seen in recent years the impact of when that trust is breached…”

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