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Showing 6 articles from April 12, 2018.

Clinical

What We Know And Don't Know About Memory Loss After Surgery
What We Know And Don't Know About Memory Loss After Surgery

POCD is a little-known condition that affects a substantial number of older adults after surgery

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Business/Technology

FDA Launches Criminal Investigation Into Unauthorized Herpes Vaccine Research
FDA Launches Criminal Investigation Into Unauthorized Herpes Vaccine Research

In this case, human-subject violations would be deemed especially serious given the researcher was not a medical doctor and had injected people with his experimental vaccine without any routine oversight

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Regulatory

Medical Marijuana's 'Catch-22': Federal Limits On Research Hinder Patients' Relief
Medical Marijuana's 'Catch-22': Federal Limits On Research Hinder Patients' Relief

While 29 states have legalized marijuana to treat pain and other ailments, patients who use marijuana and the doctors who treat them are caught in the middle of a conflict in federal and state laws

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Medical Society News

HB 21 Ushers in Mandate to Review the Drug Monitoring Database
HB 21 Ushers in Mandate to Review the Drug Monitoring Database

HB 21 will require that prior to writing a new prescription for any controlled substance listed in Schedule II through V, for a patient age 16 or older, that a physician, or his/her designee, review the patient's history in the E-FORCSE database

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Events

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Podcasts

'What The Health?' It's Nerd Week
'What The Health?' It's Nerd Week

Correspondents discuss the latest national healthcare news from the past week

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