DETROIT — An expert is recommending approval of $4.1 million in claims, including $2 million in funeral costs, filed by victims of a Detroit-area doctor who committed fraud by putting hundreds of patients through needless cancer treatments.
Physicians in England appear to favor research from high-income countries over research from low-income countries, a bias that could lead to reluctance to adopt cost-saving healthcare innovations, a new study suggests.
Holding manila folders filled with pages of her handwritten reports, Dr. Anna Konopka insists her system for keeping track of her patients' medical conditions and various prescriptions works just fine.
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U.S. researchers are getting ready to recruit more than 1 million people for an unprecedented study to learn how our genes, environments and lifestyles interact. Heading the giant All Of Us project is a former Intel Corp. executive who brings a special passion: How to...
The Food and Drug Administration approved the therapy from Novartis called Kymriah, in children and young adults with acute lymphoblastic leukemia whose disease has come back in spite of previous treatments.