At refugee school, hunger for knowledge is the lasting lesson

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Sina Vahedi is a student of the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. He was born and raised in India to Iranian parents... Read more

In Jordan, care amid the chaos of a medical system under strain

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Nithin Paul, M.D. is a graduate of the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. He and his colleagues traveled to Jordan... Read more

Obamacare health exchanges are in trouble. Is that bad?

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Next year Aetna will no longer offer coverage in 11 of the 15 state exchanges where it currently sells Obamacare plans. Its action follows... Read more

For Jefferson medical students, working in refugee camp is revelatory

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Editor's note: This is the first of three posts documenting the experience of two students from Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson... Read more

Medical Mystery: Did Reagan have Alzheimer's while president?

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During this presidential election season, Allan B. Schwartz, a professor of medicine in the Division of Nephrology & Hypertension at Drexel... Read more

Pharma plans big spending to defend high drug prices

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What happens when the volume of an industry's unit sales remains essentially flat for five years? In most cases that would create stagnant... Read more

How the FDA may be repeating its morcellator mistakes on another device

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Back in March 2016, one of the most prestigious academic medical journals in the nation published an article entitled “N-of-1 Policymaking... Read more

Sewing the cervix to prevent preterm birth works. And the thread?

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These days, babies who come into the world before their due dates have better chances of survival than ever. But premature babies still have... Read more