Congress must ensure that the economic benefits of the 340B program are used for our country’s neediest patients.
Politicians who have vehemently refused to participate in the Affordable Care Act are hurting all of their residents.
It is clear to see that we are winning some important battles in the fight against TB, but also that the outcome of the war is far from decided.
It reminds us of what can be accomplished when people are brave, resourceful, and willing to take risks for the greater good.
Unfortunately, enmeshed in the politically motivated withdrawn portions of the regulation was the proposal to restore key provisions in Part D to give seniors and the disabled access to any willing pharmacy.
Two pediatric patients with cancer require an intravenous oncology drug, but due to a drug shortage, the physician can only treat one of them. How does a doctor explain this to desperate parents, and how does the doctor decide which child to treat?
More than 27 million women have access to affordable contraception through their insurance thanks to this provision.
We cannot have true economic justice in a world where low-income women are denied access to the healthcare that they need.
As nations join together in the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 and its 239 passengers and crew, one of the many questions being asked is how this could happen—how is it possible for a massive aircraft to simply vanish without a trace?
Despite tens of thousands of articles published in just the last few years on diabetes and obesity, the precise causes and mechanisms underlying these conditions remain frustratingly unclear and subject to disagreement.