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SAN FRANCISCO – The rare times when subcutaneous immunotherapy has been fatal, severe, uncontrolled asthma was often involved.
From the Journals
The study found that the physician organization–affiliated PACs supported more candidates with an A rating from the National Rifle Association.
Onerous testing should be out and collaboration in, according to the Vision Commission’s report.
SAN DIEGO – The availability of palliative care for critically ill children varies across institutions
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has finalized sweeping changes to the federal Title X family planning program, pulling back...
News from the FDA/CDC
Only two – titanium dioxide and zinc oxide – are generally recognized as safe and effective and not misbranded, officials said.
Letters from Maine
Dr. William G. Wilkoff describes how artificial intelligence is finding its way into the practice of medicine.
Beyond the White Coat
Dr. Kevin T. Powell highlights some developments in social media regarding fake news, some relating to vaccination.
LAS VEGAS – Speakers say it might reverse Crohn’s disease – if patients can put up with it.