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AMA Urges Congress Not To Loosen Restrictions on Privacy for Patients with Addiction History

September 21, 2018

The American Medical Association is opposing a change to patient privacy laws that would allow doctors to more freely share information about a patient’s history of substance use, a proposal that has divided the health care community and highlighted some of the challenges of addressing the opioid epidemic

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Puppies Are Making People Sick — And It’s People’s Fault

September 21, 2018

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria that have infected more than 100 people and that have been linked to pet store puppies appear to have spread at least in part because healthy dogs were given antibiotics — a decision that all but surely fostered antibiotic resistance

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4 Organ Recipients Got Cancer From 1 Donor In A Rare And “Extraordinary” Case

September 21, 2018

An organ donor had cancer cells in her body that were accidentally transmitted to four transplant recipients. Three died from the disease

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How a Weight Loss Company Lured People Into Paying to Join a Non-Existent Study

September 20, 2018

Chad Tackett claimed his weight loss program was so good that it was part of a university-sponsored study. That the study never existed was the least shady part of the tale. With comments from our Alan Regenberg

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