Its execution from day one has been fraught with missteps.
Despite what we think, the US does not have the full continuum of end-of-life care available.
It isn't possible to legislate only "sort of" conservatively.
The regulations designed to encourage better care aren't always enough.
The two social concerns are pieces of the same puzzle.
His comments exposed the moral hypocrisy of the anti-choice movement.
Thinking beyond medical specialties can save lives while saving money.
We need to unite as a global community and encourage policymakers to make TB a priority.
The public health and medical communities must take the mantle.
In Congress and elsewhere, there are efforts to come together and move dialogue and research forward.