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The FDA Just Approved a New Pfizer Cancer Drug for a Rare, Vicious Leukemia

The FDA Just Approved a New Pfizer Cancer Drug for a Rare, Vicious Leukemia (0)

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday approved a new Pfizer drug to combat a rare, difficult-to-treat form of the blood cancer leukemia, Fortune writes. The treatment, Besponsa (or inotuzumab ozogamicin) is

A Revealing Look at CEO Travel Habits

A Revealing Look at CEO Travel Habits (0)

In the era of the humble brag, it’s harder than ever to know how your boss travels, Bloomberg writes. Assuming he or she is the type that likes to share,

Dead could be brought ‘back to life’ in groundbreaking project

Dead could be brought ‘back to life’ in groundbreaking project (0)

A groundbreaking trial to see if it is possible to regenerate the brains of dead people, has won approval from health watchdogs, telegraph writes. Indian specialist Dr Himanshu Bansal, working with Biotech

What Happens When Automation Comes For Highly Paid Doctors

What Happens When Automation Comes For Highly Paid Doctors (0)

Automation has plenty of blue-collar jobs in its crosshairs. But it’s not just impacting the average worker, CNN writes. Radiologists, who receive years of training and are some of the

Trump’s New Budget Means Endless Physician Headaches

Trump’s New Budget Means Endless Physician Headaches (1)

Public health experts are expressing serious concern about the White House’s proposed 2018 budget, which would substantially cut funding to key government health agencies and programs, Time writes. Under the

From Coding To Cancer: How AI Is Changing Medicine

From Coding To Cancer: How AI Is Changing Medicine (0)

Ed. Note: This article first appeared in CNBC   Regina Barzilay teaches computers how to learn. A professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, her work focused on natural language processing

Here’s America’s Third Leading Cause Of Death And What Trump’s Budget May Do

Here’s America’s Third Leading Cause Of Death And What Trump’s Budget May Do (0)

Ed. Note: This article first appeared in Forbes Headlines such as  “Republicans Pan Trump Budget” and “Donald Trump’s Budget Is Universally Unloved” have suggested that identifying problems with President Donald Trump’s proposed federal budget

To Deal with Uncertainty, Physicians Should Look Ahead, Find Efficiencies and Build Relationships

To Deal with Uncertainty, Physicians Should Look Ahead, Find Efficiencies and Build Relationships (0)

Commentary on Medical Economics article by Keith L. Martin With the administration of President Donald Trump and the unclear future of Medicare and Obamacare, physicians are faced with even more uncertainty than before,

$25,000 Physical: How Doctors Can Make a Killing With Wealthy Hypochondriacs

$25,000 Physical: How Doctors Can Make a Killing With Wealthy Hypochondriacs (0)

Posted by Laura Entis at Fortune  Silicon Valley’s obsession with youth goes far beyond venerating 20-something, hoodie-wearing founders. Today, some of the industry’s biggest names are hard at work trying to slow or even

ETFs see record number of funds shut down: ‘It’s a sign of health’

ETFs see record number of funds shut down: ‘It’s a sign of health’ (0)

Story written by Jeff Cox at CNBC Exchange-traded products kept growing in 2016, both in popularity and in the money investors were willing to commit. But with growth comes growing pains,

Retirement Healthcare Costs 20% More for Women Than Men, Study Finds

Retirement Healthcare Costs 20% More for Women Than Men, Study Finds (0)

Commentary on the Wall Street Journal article by Anne Tergesen Women live on average two years longer than men and therefore must be prepared to pay 20% more for their

It’s Bad Decisions Not Bad Salaries That Put Docs in the Poor House

It’s Bad Decisions Not Bad Salaries That Put Docs in the Poor House (0)

Commentary on Physician’s Money Digest article by Bo Liu Medical trainees are worried for their financial futures, blaming enormous student debt for keeping them from becoming rich, according to Physician’s

You Don’t Need To Spend All Your Money

You Don’t Need To Spend All Your Money (1)

HCPLive article by James M. Dahle, MD, FACEP I have been researching and writing extensively on physician-specific financial topics for over 4 years now at The White Coat Investor and in

Prescription Drug Prices Headed For Double-Digit Increases in 2017

Prescription Drug Prices Headed For Double-Digit Increases in 2017 (0)

The Fiscal Times article by Beth Braverman   Spending on prescription drugs continues to be one of the biggest drivers pushing health care costs upward. Specialty drugs get a lot of

The 5 BestThe 5 Best Healthcare ETFs

The 5 BestThe 5 Best Healthcare ETFs (0)

Commentary on The Motley Fool article by Jordan Wathen With nearly 50 healthcare ETFs on the market, there isn’t a shortage of choices for fund investors. The best healthcare ETFs have managed

Cheap Drugs For Everyone Sounds Nice, But Who Would Make Them?

Cheap Drugs For Everyone Sounds Nice, But Who Would Make Them? (0)

Commentary on Financial Post article by Richard Owens & Sean Speer A report by a United Nations panel on the accessibility of medicine in the developing world calls for sweeping changes to

What’s Behind The Sharp Rise In Prescription Drug Prices?

What’s Behind The Sharp Rise In Prescription Drug Prices? (1)

Commentary on CBS article by Dennis Thompson  Prescription drug prices are skyrocketing in the United States due in large part to government regulations, a new analysis finds. These regulations allow drug

Industry Insiders Estimate EpiPen Costs No More Than $30

Industry Insiders Estimate EpiPen Costs No More Than $30 (0)

CNBC article by  Ben Popken Mylan says middlemen and suppliers have forced them to jack-up the prices on EpiPens by hundreds of dollars, but two industry insiders say the company pays

Huge Data Breach At Health System Leads To Biggest Ever Settlement

Huge Data Breach At Health System Leads To Biggest Ever Settlement (0)

CNBC article by Dan Mangan One of the nation’s biggest health-care systems has agreed to pay the largest settlement ever by a single entity for potential violations of federal patient privacy law,