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Will Trump's FDA picks speed drug approvals? | Formulary Journal – ModernMedicine

Three candidates whom President Trump is considering for FDA commissioner are likely to speed drug approvals, analysts say. Joseph Gulfo, MD, executive director of the Lewis Center for Healthcare Innovation and Technology at Fairleigh Dickinson University, is on Trump’s shortlist for FDA commissioner. Gulfo, an author and the former...
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Will Trump's FDA picks speed drug approvals? – ModernMedicine

Three candidates whom President Trump is considering for FDA commissioner are likely to speed drug approvals, analysts say. Joseph Gulfo, MD, executive director of the Lewis Center for Healthcare Innovation and Technology at Fairleigh Dickinson University, is on Trump’s shortlist for FDA commissioner. Gulfo, an author and the former...
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Strategies for making PCP practices more efficient – ModernMedicine

Your primary care practice team may not be as efficient as it could be, particularly for patients with complex, chronic health needs. A  PwC Health Research Institute report that surveyed nurse practitioners, physician assistants and pharmacists, as well as American consumers, suggested that primary care physicians could optimize their...
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'Modern Death': Doctor Pulls Back Curtain On The Slow Way We Die … – NPR

Enlarge this image Caiaimage/Sam Edwards/Getty Images Humans have had to face death and mortality since since the beginning of time, but our experience of the dying process has changed dramatically in recent history. Haider Warraich, a fellow in cardiology at Duke University Medical Center, tells Fresh Air‘s Terry Gross...
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More incentives demanded for doctors wanting to serve in villages – Times of India

From the total funds of Rs 1,600 crore allocated to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), the city is hoping to get Rs 250 crore in this year’s union budget. Dr Viral Kamdar is advisor to union minister of road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari and is looking...
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NEXT exam: Doctors, medical students to protest Wednesday … – Times of India

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Doctors and students both from the government and private sectors, under the banner of Indian Medical Association, will hold dharnas before government medical colleges in the state on Wednesday to protest against the Union government proposal to make clearing the NEXT exam mandatory for those completing MBBS course....
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Cutting edge: Robotic-arm assisted knee surgery comes to The Medical Center – Bowling Green Daily News

Army Special Forces Command Sgt. Maj. Roy Clement, now retired, just wanted the pain to stop on his left side. “The pain was a kicking nine,” the barrel-chested man said on Tuesday. Clement once did two tours in Vietnam and participated in other military operations around the world....
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Will telemedicine work for treating addiction? – MyPalmBeachPost (blog)

The next big thing in drug treatment: ; Among the topics that kicked off the annual meeting of the Addiction Industry Executive Summit in Naples on Monday was using the internet to remotely treat recovering ; Telemedicine allows doctors and therapists to communicate with patients via live video –...
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Stock Update: Focusing on Shares of TeleHealthCare, Inc. (OTCPK:TLLT) – The Tribune

Checking in on some stock volatility information, TeleHealthCare, Inc. (OTCPK:TLLT)’s 12 month volatility is The 6 month volatility is recorded at , and the 3 month is spotted at When viewing stock volatility, investors may have to figure out a winning combination of risk-reward to help maximize...
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SRU physician assistant students learn and practice modern medicine in Peru – SRU The Online Rocket

Photo courtesy of Allie Franz Photo courtesy of Allie Franz Allie Franz, Rocket ContributorJanuary 30, 2017 Seven first- year Slippery Rock University physician assistant students (PA) and seven undergraduate students in the Pre-PA club attended a medical mission trip in Huancayo, Peru. The group traveled through FIMRC (Foundation for...
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