Archives mensuelles : April 2011

The Beast Battle

by Svoboda M. Holt, M.S. LMHC, NCC "I Have What!" It all started with a simple flake on the back of my head. I remember it well. I was sitting on my couch when I reached up and came away

Publié dans Dans le monde entier

ELISA – Peace of Mind by the Numbers

by Kirsten R Bellur It is almost four years ago that, after many failed attempts, I was finally accurately diagnosed with Pemphigus. In the face of that solemn pronouncement, I was told there was good news: it was only Foliaceous,

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Publié dans Santé et mode de vie

Results of Survey on Drugs Used to Treat Pemphigus

By Rebecca Berman, Janet Segall and Jean-Claude Bystryn, M.D. from The National Pemphigus Foundation and The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY. February 17, 1999 As many of you know, we

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Publié dans Médical

Medical privacy, access to records often at odds

In a world of paper records, consumers have long been vulnerable to someone’s snooping around an unattended file drawer. Such thefts were rare but could be pulled off without detection.

Publié dans Dans le monde entier

GSK, Pfizer pay U.S. doctors $262M

Following up Merck’s doctor-payment disclosures, Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline posted their numbers. And perhaps befitting to the world’s largest drugmaker, Pfizer spent the most: $177 million was doled out to doctors in support for clinical trials and speaking fees. GSK’s payments

Publié dans Dans le monde entier

Web Communities Help Patients With Rare Diseases

Finding health information can be hard if you have a rare disease. Those patients often have to become experts themselves. Social media like Facebook make it easier for people with rare disorders to find each other and share that expertise.

Publié dans Dans le monde entier
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