As pharmaceutical companies seek to profit from the curative wonders of human feces, doctors worry about new regulations, higher prices and patients attempting DIY cures

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We eat mutations every day. All the vegetables, grains, fruits and meat humans consume as part of their diet is jam-packed with DNA speckled with mutations and beneficial variations

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Bob Field was set to kick off his second course of BCG — a potent immunotherapy that treats his fast-growing bladder cancer. Instead, the New York City banking executive got a call from his urologist’s office, canceling that week’s appointment

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Hoping to earn its share of the $3.5 trillion health care market, the medical industry is pouring more money than ever into advertising its products — from high-priced prescriptions to do-it-yourself genetic tests and unapproved stem cell treatments

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The edifice of STD control that has stood since World War II is crumbling

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Stakeholders stress need for greater transparency, improved payment. Drug shortages cause higher rates of medication errors, delayed treatment of life-saving medications and inferior outcomes, and even death, said our Yoram Unguru, MD

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Watch live online now – FDA Drug Shortages Task Force Public Meeting on Identifying the Root Causes of Drug Shortages and Finding Enduring Solutions – presenters include our Yoram Unguru

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Two decades ago, the costs began rising well beyond that of other nations, and in recent years have shot up again. What can explain it?

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