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Doctor: Obamacare Medical Melt-Down Under Way

The new Republican Congress is unlikely to repeal the Affordable Care Act even after the GOP’s overwhelming victory in the 2014 midterms, with both medical and political experts agreeing that Americans must learn to live with Obamacare for a few years. 1,138 more words

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FDA Warning Letters – Their Relationship to Drug Shortages -- An Interesting Counterpoint

Recently (June 12, 2014) I authored a Blog re: “FDA Warning Letters – Their Relationship to Drug Shortages”.  This Blog elicited several very interesting comments.  Within this Blog, I noted that Douglas C. 450 more words

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Drug shortages in Ontario: clear problems, no clear answers

Kaye Brown says she constantly fights fatigue because she hasn’t had her prescribed injections of iron or vitamin B12 since January.

She’s not the only one having trouble getting medicine. 918 more words

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What's behind Canada's drug shortage? One expert says 'money'

WATCH: If you’ve tried to fill a prescription drug and been told it’s out of stock — you’re not alone. Su-Ling Goh investigates.

EDMONTON – The Canadian Medical Association says drug shortages in Canada have become a big problem, and it seems to only be getting worse. 528 more words

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GAO’s Marcia Crosse Nominated for Service to America Award

Congratulations are in order for GAO’s Marcia Crosse, who was announced this week as a finalist for the 2014 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals. 194 more words

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UPDATE: N.S. families worried after arthritis drug stops selling

HALIFAX – Nova Scotian families and doctors are upset by news that a drug that helps keep juvenile arthritis in remission is no longer easily available. 846 more words

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Ala. drug shortage prompts electric chair concerns

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – It wasn’t immediately clear that the execution had gone wrong.

All Stephen Ellis could see from the viewing room of Holman Correctional Facility’s execution chamber was his client, Horace Dunkins, twitching and jerking after being administered up to 2000 volts of electricity. 1,435 more words

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