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TV ads dominate pharma DTC budgets, but online ads prove effective at prompting patients to "Ask your doctor"
TV or online ads may be particularly effective ... that the most patients recalled seeing TV ads for. "Increasingly, we expect highly-personalized experiences as consumers of goods and services, wheth... read more
Why Is Cancer Treatment So Expensive?
These health care providers also need appropriate facilities in which to treat patients. “Everyone wants a state-of-the-art building,” Shields says. Even the most basic treatment ... effective. “On av... read more
Healthcare: Eating You Alive
This issue becomes starkly clearer if we realize, with the recent James Cameron documentary Eating You Alive, which premiered this week in an updated release, how profoundly the healthcare sector prom... read more
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Decades into diabetes, insulin therapy still hard to manage
Although keeping ... correct treatment for the actual stage of your Type 2 diabetes. So even when insulin therapy is needed at a certain point in the disease’s progression, it does not solve patients’ ... read more
The Diabetes Cure That Most Insurance Companies Won't Pay for
For 15 years, Erez Benari’s struggle with his type 2 diabetes had been a losing one. A software engineer at Microsoft in Seattle, Washington, Benari had stuck to a restrictive diet that kept him off m... read more
CBD is Legal: Does It Work? Is It Safe?
Rest assured that since being diagnosed [with diabetes ... patients' compliance and adherence to treatment." Postlethwaite says CBD research is still in its infancy, but already there are tantalizing ... read more
Daily Checkup: An early look using cardiac catheterization can reveal your risk of heart disease
Traditional treatment ... (diabetes.org/espanol/). Get a referral. Most patients still use the old standby of a personal reference, but many hospitals also offer hotlines you can call for help in find... read more
Which Doctor Should I See for Chronic Pain?
[See: On a Scale of 1 to 10: Most Painful ... a safe treatment approach. If you've been prescribed opioids, Buvanendran urges patient responsibility in following your doctor's instructions and in bein... read more
Obesity and diabetes: the slow-motion disaster Keynote address at the 47th meeting of the National Academy of Medicine
This means, basically, to keep ... treatments costing around $150,000 per patient per year. Obesity contributes to the risk for cardiovascular diseases and some cancers. But the role of adiposity as a... read more
Corcept: A Profitable Biotech With A Bright Future
In February of 2012, the FDA approved Korlym (mifepristone) for a once-daily oral dose to treat hyperglycemia secondary to hypercortisolism, excess cortisol, in adult patients with endogenous Cushing ... read more