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Monthly Archives: February 2010

FDA Expands Commitment to Patients with Rare Diseases

Expanding on its commitment to facilitate the development and approval of safe and effective drugs for Americans with rare diseases, FDA is pleased to announce the newly-created position of Associate Director for Rare Diseases in the Agency’s Center for Drug

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Avidin-biotin-peroxidase complex immunohistochemistry to detect immunoglobulin in formalin fixed skin biopsies in canine autoimmune skin disease.

Two decades ago, New York passed a law requiring insurers to accept all applicants, even those with preexisting conditions. Now, premiums in the state are the highest in the nation by some estimates.

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A cautionary tale in healthcare reform

Two decades ago, New York passed a law requiring insurers to accept all applicants, even those with preexisting conditions. Now, premiums in the state are the highest in the nation by some estimates.

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Obama to get specific on healthcare legislation

The president will detail his ideas days before the televised congressional talks planned next week. It marks a change in tack from his approach to let congressional leaders take the lead.

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Glaxo Plans to Remove Zinc From Poligrip Denture Adhesive

GlaxoSmithKline said on Thursday that it would stop making and distributing three versions of its popular denture adhesive Poligrip until it removed zinc from the products because of concerns about health risks.

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From The Patient’s Perspective My Roller Coaster Ride With Pemphigus

My pemphigus symptoms began in February. I awoke to find a mouthful of painful ulcers and swishing warm salt water made it worse. My primary care physician (PCP) said I had a yeast infection. Weeks later I was still

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Wanted: Volunteers, All Pregnant

The woman sent by government scientists visited the Queens apartment repeatedly before finding anyone home.

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Anthem Blue Cross dramatically raising rates for Californians with individual health policies

California’s largest for-profit health insurer is moving to dramatically raise rates for customers with individual policies, setting off a furor among policyholders and prompting state insurance regulators to investigate.

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Children: Quality of Life With Cochlear Implants

Children with the surgically implanted hearing aids called cochlear implants rate their quality of life as highly as children with normal hearing, according to one of the first studies that looked at children as well as their parents.

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Aging: Higher Co-Payments Tied to Costlier Care

When Medicare plans raise co-payments for outpatient care, older people cut back on doctors’ visits, then wind up needing more expensive hospital care, a new study reports.

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