An artificial intelligence model we built this year could help answer these questions.
Reckless long-distance diagnoses means people are going to die.
In Europe’s cash-strapped systems, patients undergoing simple procedures must formally request “no euthanasia.”
‘The disease is on course to overtake hepatitis’
Once people have the shot, they get dramatically better
‘How much can be extracted from each patient’
Yet by appearing on his show, Trump legitimizes Dr. Oz and his crackpot theories.
‘Mama, I’m scared’
Adult stem cells — those not dependent on the destruction of embryos — are the true gold standard for treating patients. So why does the media ignore and disparage such therapies?
It has a lot to do with rationing care
‘Taking 300 pills is not unheard of’
FDA: Side Effects Of Anti-Psychotic Drug Are Uncontrollable Urges To Gamble, Binge Eat, Spend, Have Sex
‘These compulsive behaviors can affect anyone who is taking the medicine’
It’s not too late for the Secretary General to stop trying to treat patients with policy.
Medicine, science, technology and romance all wrapped into one beautiful story
‘When he stands it almost hangs to his ankles’
‘Doctors are highly motivated this year to have their voice heard, particularly after passage of the Affordable Care Act’
Last year a study found Truvada lowered trasmission rate by 75 percent for couples with one HIV positive partner
We don’t give enough consideration to the interests of organ donors like the one who saved Dick Cheney’s life.
An excerpt from “The Undead: How Medicine is Blurring the Line Between Life and Death.”
Survey finds that doctors are more likely to recommend different treatments when they imagine themselves as the patient