News from the FDA/CDC
The death rate for all cancers dropped by 1.5% a year during 2013-2017.
New insights from China, CDC
The agency published two guidance documents related to helping contain the spread of the coronavirus, primarily aimed at ensuring that health care...
Few physicians believe that the election will result in support for universal health care.
In the United States, however, most medical conferences are moving forward as planned – at least for now.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear Texas v. California, a closely watched case that could decide the fate of the Affordable Care...
How to keep patient portals from being locked doors to those they’re designed to help.
Justices allow public charge rule expansion, remain silent on Affordable Care Act cases for now.
From the Journals
Patients in states that opted for Medicaid insurance expansion saw an increase in the rate of early diagnoses but similar wait times to treatment...
Applying research to practice
Dr. Alan P. Lyss comments on guidelines for genetic testing in epithelial ovarian cancer and data that support a reexamination of colorectal...
Step 1 had been criticized as playing too big a role in the process of becoming a physician and for causing students to study for the test instead...