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Americans pay more for health care but receive less in return

Americans spend considerably more money on health care services than any other industriali...own as opportunity costs because you can spend the money in different ways," said Dr. Anderson. For the study, Dr. Anderson and his colleagues compared healt...

Malaria project in funding crisis

... Theauthors also express concerns that what little money is beingdonated is not being spent in the countries that need it most. Malaria is second only to HIV/AIDS of the infectious diseasesclaiming lives globally. 90% of cases occur in Africa where 1million people die from malaria each year, of which 70% a...

New digital tool unveiled to help business avoid SARS risks

...w wireless meeting space designed to save time and money for businesses April 30 at 1:30 p.m. in room 2202 of Hamburg Hall. Dubbed project BARN, the interactive physical and digital workspace supports collaborative project teams by providing the digital equivalent of dedicated project rooms...

Health Affairs forum explores new hospital-tier insurance plans

BETHESDA, MD-Enrollees may save money if they choose lower-cost hospitals under insurance plans that offer "tiers" of provider networks with different cost sharing requirements. Experts identify these new products as consumer-friendly experiments because patients can avoid rising costs,...

New study estimates 85 newborn killed or left to die per year by parents, usually their mother

...e. As of 2002, 42 states had passed such laws, but money to advertise them was scarce. Led by principal investigator Dr. Marcia Herman-Giddens, the study focused on information gathered from 1985 through 2000 on homicides among children under five days old through the UNC-based Office of the Chief Medical ...

Study: old age wont boost health-care costs as much as some have predicted

...le those advances are good, they are going to cost money that we can't estimate yet." ...

Higher cost sharing reduces plans' drug expenditures, but boosts enrollee costs

...generic medications and use of mail order can save money both for enrollees, through lower copayments, and plans, through lower overall costs. The average mail-order price for all prescriptions was 16.4 percent less than retail. However, use of generics saved the most, with the average price of a generic ...

Heart devices, transplants have similar costs; what will we pay?

...on of whether it is worth it for society to invest money in this technology."...

Inaccurate arsenic test kits jeopardize water safety in Bangladesh and India

...n Jadavpur University, which is operated solely on money earned from selling its expertise. Jason Gorss...

Growth hormone, sex steroid combination 'not ready for prime time'

...n prevent aging, some people spend a great deal of money on supplements. These supplements are claimed, by some, to increase muscle, decrease fat, and to boost an individual's stamina and sense of well-being. Shots of hGH can cost more than $15,000 a year. They are available only by prescription and shou...

Distortion and lack of openness - Information provision from the pharmaceutical industry

...al industry, investment in information is time and money well spent. However, the huge scale of work involved, lack of openness, accompanying duplication, and distortion of the overall research effort and resulting messages make the business of information-generation inefficient and threatens patients' int...

The Lancet Oncology (TLO)

...simple idea is kept in mind: you can spend all the money in the world on preventive medicine, but when people won't even stop smoking, can it really work?" STOMACH CANCER - THE LATEST TARGET FOR THE 'MAGIC BULLET' Gastrointestinal stromal tumours (GISTs) are the most recent cancer type to be targeted by t...

$2 million federal grant to study cancer drug action

...sultant. Hill said the grant would provide enough money to hire five to seven more researchers to perform micro-array and proteomics experiments. During the three-year project, researchers will process large quantities of new data with new and existing proprietary software to create computer models, or si...

Family focus is hallmark of new South African grant

...resources to cover burial costs. Also, with family money gone, surviving members, including children, are often forced into crime or sex work, which perpetuates the epidemic." This CIPRA award is a collaborative effort with the Universities of Witwatersrand, Cape Town and Stellenbosch, the South African Na...

Disabled seniors formerly on SSDI hit hardest by drug costs

...ll, legislators in Washington appear to have found money for givebacks to health care providers, including hospitals, doctors, and HMOs. These disabled aged individuals are unlikely to be served by the private market, but Washington seems unwilling to recognize their needs."...

Recruitment of 50,000 sisters of women with breast cancer

...ace for the Cure events across the nation to raise money to fight breast cancer, is providing space at the big Tampa event. Dale Sandler, Ph.D., acting chief of the NIEHS Epidemiology Branch, and Clarice Weinberg, Ph.D., chief of the NIEHS Biostatistics Branch, are the principal investigators...

Concern over billion dollar alternative medicine bill

...ion a year is being put to sound use, and that the money they are spending on alternative medicines is not doing more harm than good."...

Former insider hits out at FDAs links with pharmaceutical industry

...try funding of FDA drug reviews. "It's getting its money from industry now and it's afraid to offend those companies", says Stolley. Glaxo and the FDA deny any inappropriate influence over regulatory decision making....

OSU faculty design drug education web program for NCAA

...efine success and happiness," Tricker said. "Is it money and fame? Ask Darryl Strawberry if he is happy with the choices he made. Is it a world record? Ben Johnson was stripped of his 100-meter title and banned from racing. How many East German swimmers have had to turn in their gold medals? The list of ex...

Preventing misuse of performance-enhancing substances a growing and difficult task

...nd appealing to a player or team seeking glory and money rewards." In one chapter, "Drug Testing and Sport and Exercise," author R. Craig Kammerer suggests that improvement in current tests and developments in new methods will assist future policymaking by athletic federations. However, effective testing ...

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