Thirty young men spent months burning the bodies of the infected in Liberia. A year later, many relatives and fellow countrymen still can’t forgive them

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As criticism of soaring prescription drug prices in the U.S. grows, global spending on medicines is expected to rise 3 percent to 6 percent annually for the next five years, according to a new forecast

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Most federal insurance cooperatives are losing money and could have difficulty repaying millions of dollars in federal loans, prompting the Obama administration to step up supervision of the carriers

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Doctors, too, say DEA enforcement actions have made it harder for them to prescribe narcotics

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A majority of healthcare providers feel the use of metrics and financial penalties linked with patient outcomes has a negative impact on quality of care, according to a new report

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A political battle over the use of fetal tissue in medical research has been reinvigorated just as scientific interest in the use of fetal tissue is dwindling

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State-run health insurance markets are struggling with high costs and disappointing enrollment, challenges that could lead more of them to turn over operations to the federal government or join forces with other states

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Consumers who bought insurance on the health exchanges last year had access to one-third fewer doctors and hospitals, on average, than people with traditional employer-provided coverage

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