Shortages have been delaying surgeries and cancer treatments, leaving patients in unnecessary pain
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If Avastin, a breast cancer drug that is keeping my mother alive, loses its FDA approval, insurance companies will be able to stop covering it.
Should the government have the power to deny breast cancer patients access to a drug they now have access to?
The FDA is threatening to deny breast cancer patients access to a life-saving drug.
New reason to take Viagra pops up - FOX News
Researchers say Viagra could also be used to treat prostate cancer
LFO singer dies at 36 - CNN
LFO singer Rich Cronin’s battle with leukemia has a sad ending
Representatives for Douglas confirmed that doctors discovered a tumor in the Oscar-winning actor’s throat
Christopher Hitchens addresses cancer - Vanity Fair
Author speaks out about his diagnosis with esophageal cancer
The 61-year-old author posted a message on his publisher’s website that he had been told by his doctor of the diagnosis
Countries that favor socialized medicine regularly practice “mandated switching”—forcing patients to use one version of a drug over another to ease financial pressures and/or meet deals made with manufacturers. This kind of medicine is a dangerous business
After I took my final exams, I decided to go to the beach for a few days. I wanted to feel close to God, and since I was a kid the ocean has always connected me to the divine. The semester was over. It was time for a break—and to wrap up this diary.
Good news for women’s heart health and breast cancer treatment
Sometimes everything sucks. Life doesn’t seem just hopeless, but malevolent. You can’t find a job. Your girlfriend is mad at you. You physically feel lousy