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American Cancer Society gives South Dakota poor marks on prevention, access to care

The American Cancer society recommends that states create a council of experts to provide information to patients and families, and improve access to palliative care ... South Dakota's funding ... read more

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Severe dental diseases persist in S.D. due to chronic poverty and lack of access to dentists

Poor dental health is a significant and vexing issue on the state’s Native American reservations, where limited access to dental care ... in society. Photo: Submitted Income no barrier to one Sioux ... read more

Q&A: Rethinking cancer, from the basics to the breakthroughs

One of the great American problems is, how do you get the fruits of cancer research and treatment improvements to everybody? For instance, there are 13 states — Alaska, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota ... read more

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Move over right-to-try: FDA looks at improving clinical trial enrollment

It gives sponsors access ... cancer treatment would depend more on how sick a practice's patients are than on the quality of care provided, the authors found, with practices that serve large ... read more

It's criminal what Illinois is doing to Medicaid patients with hepatitis C

The American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the Infectious Diseases Society ... of "D-" for access to these medications based on its restrictive practices. Only four other ... read more

The Health 202: Rural Trump voters hurt most when states don’t expand Medicaid

Rural, low-income voters who helped propel President Trump to victory in 2016 are less likely to have health insurance than the urban poor in states that didn't expand Medicaid under the Affordable ... read more

Obamacare repeal bills could put coverage out of reach for millions of sick Americans

“The legislation ensures that every American with preexisting conditions has access to the coverage and care ... give people more options and more choices and the freedom to actually buy the insurance ... read more

Feature: The Conviction That Keeps On Hurting -- Drug Offenders and Federal Benefits

A number of federal laws ostensibly aimed at reducing drug use block people with drug convictions from gaining access to federal benefits and services. These laws have a disproportionate impact on ... read more

A Regional Approach to Rural Health Challenges

It includes some 50 member organizations and 90 individuals, who approach the health and well-being of its residents to include not only healthy eating, but also access to health care ... and I made ... read more

Have Cancer, Must Travel: Patients Left In Lurch After Fort Scott, Kansas, Hospital Closes

Reta Baker, the hospital’s president who grew up on a farm south ... American Society of Clinical Oncology. Dr. Monica Bertagnolli, a cattle rancher’s daughter who is now chair of ASCO’s board, called ... read more

Two Texas counties. In one, you'll live almost a decade longer.

North and South Dakota also had poor results ... and given access to meaningful and decent-paying jobs, higher education and quality health care are some of the healthiest places to live. But we need ... read more

The Finance 202: The next fight over the GOP tax package is just around the corner

It involved who could qualify for federal subsidies to help people afford insurance under the law, and as The Washington Post's Paul Kane wrote in March ... Mike Rounds of South Dakota and Tim Scott ... read more

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