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Provider Groups Hit Back at California's Death Certificate Project

Leaders in organized medicine in California and nationally are expressing horror over the state medical board's "Death Certificate Project." "This is terrifying," said Barbara McAneny, MD, president o... read more

Senate opioid response vote looms

Civica was borne out of hospitals’ frustration over drug availability ... including a number of policies the government could adopt to prevent or mitigate shortages. The Patient-Centered Outcomes Rese... read more

Despite pressure, ban on gay blood donors endures

In June, the American Medical Association voted to oppose the policy. AMA board member ... and scientifically unwarranted." Over the next few years, the California State Assembly and the city councils ... read more

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Looking back on 2009: Why this was a year to remember

In May, Obama lauds promises by segments of the healthcare industry to cut $2 trillion in spending over a decade. Action accelerates in June as the American Medical ... shortages have greatly eased or ... read more


FDA wants to end ban on blood donations from gay men but only if they've been celibate for a YEAR

The Food and Drug ... for a new policy gained momentum in 2006, when the Red Cross, the American Association of Blood Banks, and America's Blood Centers called the ban 'medically and scientifically un... read more

GMO Opponents Use Fear and Deception to Advance Their Cause

The anti-GMO troops in the United States received some unwelcome news this week from Margaret Hamburg, commissioner of the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA ... national director of the OCA. “The A... read more

The 1996 Republican Party Platform

It must be dramatically downsized - with resources going to more important efforts like drug enforcement - and made less intrusive. To protect the American people from those who would undo their forth... read more

Moving towards a two-tiered health system

It claimed that patients were seeing doctors too often and that a price signal was needed to reduce demand. Because it couldn't get this proposal through the Senate, it announced a new package ... Soc... read more

Markey will vote for health reform bill

Betsy Markey intends to vote for a compromise health reform bill, a move that bolsters the hopes of party leaders looking to pass President Barack Obama’s key domestic policy initiative ... deficit by ... read more

Mike Adams, Monsanto, Nazis, and a Very Disturbing Article

Here’s the title of his piece: Biotech genocide, Monsanto collaborators and the Nazi legacy of ... IG Farben used Jewish prisoners as human guinea pigs in horrific medical experiments, and the company ... read more

Philip Hammond faces fury from Brexiteers for pushing 'Project Fear'

Mr Raab criticised scaremongering over a no-deal scenario, such as the suggestion that it could spark a 'sandwich famine' in the UK due to shortages of ingredients ... Consignment Relief (LVCR) on VAT ... read more



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