The fact that someone actually went to the trouble to produce, advertise and sell fake cancer medicine should leave no doubt about the types of criminals we’re dealing with.
Cuts to funds for biomedical research threaten to jeopardize an emerging breakthrough in cancer treatment.
There’s a growing recognition that the policy of handing down harsh penalties for non-violent drug offenses is an abject failure.
Despite their relative simplicity, waived tests are not immune to human errors.
The CDC rightly calls prescription drug abuse a national epidemic.
The Hyde Amendment bans abortion coverage for women who get their healthcare from Medicaid.
Continuing resolutions for the VA have been used in 23 out of the past 26 fiscal years.
We remain on a collision course with the health complications that come with obesity.
Many Americans in rural communities, in which 46 million people reside, must travel hundreds of miles in some cases to seek out cancer care.
In the richest, most agriculturally-productive nation on earth, it should stand as a point of national shame that we have any households struggling to put food on the table.