What Hillary's election will mean for drug prices, health care

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If past is prologue and American voters make a hold-your-nose, less-worse choice that puts Hillary Clinton in the White House, then it would... Read more

Penn, CHOP researchers find major clue to crippling genetic disorder

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Imagine a disease that turns your muscles, tendons, and ligaments into bone, progressively crippling you and interfering with such basic functions... Read more

Medical mystery: Burning eyes at cheerleading event

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The first two patients came in around midnight, both with burning eyes and trouble seeing. The two didn't know each other, but emergency department... Read more

Alternatives for those who suffer from statin side effects

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If you have stopped your cholesterol lowering medication because of side effects, you may finally feel vindicated. Although as many as 10-20... Read more

Too easy on pharma?

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Readers here have seen denunciations of the pharmaceutical industry for its routine price gouging, its deceptive marketing, R&D that makes... Read more

Pa. physician general: Abortion bill 'punishes women'

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Pennsylvania Physician General Rachel Levine on Monday morning joined the chorus of voices against HB 1948, the hastily moved bill that would... Read more

On statins, faith, and the futility of certainty

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Of life’s two certainties, death and cataracts, it seems statins defer one and prompt the other, although not necessarily in the same... Read more

New internal medicine group leader is from Temple

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Darilyn V. Moyer, an assistant dean at Temple University’s medical school, will begin a term as president-elect of the American College... Read more