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1 Few treatment recommendations are derived from multiple large, randomized clinical trials
(March 20, 2019)
 
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1. Few treatment recommendations are derived from multiple large, randomized clinical trials
(March 20, 2019)
 
2. Parents keep medications in unsafe places, report shows
(March 19, 2019)
 
3. Passing along rebates can help with diabetes costs
(March 13, 2019)
 
4. DrFirst's Rcopia certified compliant with CMS-mandated e-prescribing standard
(March 6, 2019)
 
5. BCBSA calls for steps to reduce insurance premiums through individual market
(March 5, 2019)
 
6. Health insurance doesn't guarantee healthcare, says study
(March 4, 2019)
 
7. AI diabetes prevention program receives Full Recognition status from CDC
(March 1, 2019)
 
8. Study links Medicaid expansion to better colon cancer outcomes
(February 26, 2019)
 
9. Rapid escalation of existing interventions could globally eliminate HPV
(February 21, 2019)
 
10. Medicare Advantage premiums declined 42%, eHealth report says
(February 11, 2019)
 
 
Previous Articles
1. Lilly Set to Become First Pharmaceutical Research Company to Disclose Physician Payments
September 25, 2008
 
2. Essential Guide to Clinical Trials for People Who May Not Know It All
September 15, 2008
 
3. US physicians concern over DEA e-Rx rule
July 21, 2008
 
4. Wellness program incentives must comply with federal rules
May 16, 2008
 
5. PHARMA COS IN AUSTRALIA SPEND US$27.5 MLN ENTERTAINING DOCTORS
March 31, 2008
 
6. CPhA Works with Partners to Successfully Delay California E-Pedigree Requirements
March 28, 2008
 
7. Growth of Genetic Tests Concerns Federal Panel
January 23, 2008
 
8. FDA to Declare Cold Medicines Too Risky, Homeopathy Offers a Safe Alternative
March 17, 2008
 
9. PCMA 2008 Agenda: Support E-Prescribing, Biogenerics; Oppose Bills that Increase Costs
January 14, 2008
 
10. Ten Pennsylvania Hospitals Select Innovative Infection Control Technology to Better Protect Patients, Meet Public Reporting Requirements
January 11, 2008
 
 
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