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Growth Hormone: Drug companies are growing less generous in helping patients pay for meds


David LazarusContact Reporter

For 14 years, Encino resident Ed Wright received an expensive prescription medication for free through a drug-industry program intended to assist people with limited or fixed incomes. 1,075 more words


Running Shoes and Running Fevers

One of my favorite movies is The Blind Side. I love the football scenes and Sandra Bullock’s attitude, but I always forget how much it also makes me tear up! 1,928 more words


A Phase III Study of Osilodrostat to Treat Cushing's Disease

CLCI699C2302: A Phase III, Multi-center, Randomized, Double-blind, 48 Week Study with an Initial 12 Week Placebo-controlled Period to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of Osilodrostat in Patients with Cushing’s Disease… 241 more words


Crystal (Crystal), Pituitary Bio

Hi, my name is Crystal and I’m new. I’m a 35 yr.old mother of a 5 yr. old with more energy in her little pinky than I have in an entire day and I’m married to an amazing man, who makes living with this possible. 388 more words


Kiko Matthews, Pituitary Cushing's Survivor Solo Rows Atlantic to Raise £100K For Hospital That Saved Her Life

Deborah Arthurs for Metro.co.uk Monday 24 Jul 2017 12:33 pm

Adapted from an article at http://metro.co.uk/2017/07/24/ex-teacher-is-rowing-across-the-atlantic-solo-to-raise-money-for-hospital-who-cured-her-brain-tumour-6773756/

You’d imagine if you’d never set foot in a rowing boat before, apart from, say, an abortive attempt in a boating lake age 9, that you would set yourself a fairly tame goal for your first challenge when you did finally take up the sport. 1,083 more words


"I Can't Smell A Dang Thing"

Here’s the short version if details wig you out: The sun was just coming up when I went into surgery. Dr. S, the ENT, expanded every nasal cavity space he could, drilled away some bone, and sent a camera and small tools up my nostrils towards my brain. 2,256 more words