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Scientists Use Gene-Editing Tool CRISPR in Attempt to Cure HIV
HIV Infection May Raise Risk for Atrial Fibrillation
EPA to Phase Out Chemical Testing on Mammals
Spending Up With Treatment in Hospital-Owned Practices
Poverty Rate Drops, but Fewer Americans Have Health Insurance
Racial, Ethnic Underrepresentation Found in Med School Matriculants
Majority of U.S. Doctors Believe ACA Has Improved Access to Care
1984 to 2016 Saw Increase in Age of Death for HIV-Infected
Poor HIV Control Ups Risk for Sudden Cardiac Death in Heart Failure
Prurigo Nodularis Associated With Mental Health Disorders
Advertising Can Promote Interest in Health-Related Research
Non-Hospital-Based Provider-to-Patient Telehealth Use Growing
One-Third of Physicians Will Take 10+ Years to Pay Off Debt
Worse Cancer Outcomes for Elderly HIV-Infected Patients
Medicare Spending on Essential Medicines Up 116 Percent From 2011 to 2015
Brand-Brand Competition Has Not Cut Prices in Pharma Market
Compliance With Meds Falters With Age in Youth Born With HIV
Transmission Risks Up for HIV-Positive Injection Drug Users
Trump Admin Announces Plan to Allow Drug Imports From Canada
Burnout Symptoms May Up Racial Bias Among Resident Physicians
$70 Million Settlement Reached in Generic Drug Delay Case
National Norms Developed for Assessing Medical School Empathy
Serious Falls Pose Risk to People Living With HIV
Some Men at Risk for HIV Do Not Live Near PrEP Provider
Minor Changes in BMD Seen With Tenofovir PrEP in Short Term
WHO 'Treat All' Recommendation for HIV Widely Implemented
Senate Bill Would Reduce Drug Costs for Seniors
Neural-Tube Defects Up for Offspring of Women on Dolutegravir
Rates of Anal Cancer Precursors High in Women Living With HIV
People Living With HIV Have Higher Risk for Cardiovascular Disease
About One in 20 Patients Exposed to Preventable Harm
HIV-Infected Cells Persist in CSF in Individuals on Long-Term ART
Serious Misdiagnosis-Related Harms Mostly Due to 'Big Three'
Awareness, Use of PrEP on Rise Among Men Who Have Sex With Men
Capping Work Hours in Residency Does Not Impact Outcomes Later
Medicare Drug Rebate Plan Withdrawn by Trump Administration
Health Care Professionals Exhibit Gender Bias
Two Algorithms Can ID Patients at Risk for HIV, PrEP Candidates
EHR System-Generated In-Basket Messages Linked to Burnout
Rule Requiring Drug Prices in TV Ads Blocked by Judge
Considerable Number of Patients Receive Surprise Hospital Charges
Less Than 40 Percent of All U.S. Adults Have Ever Had HIV Testing
MSSP ACOs May Not Improve Spending, Quality of Care
Americans Concerned About Clinician Burnout
New England Journal of Medicine Picks New Editor-in-Chief
Health Care Workers With ARIs Often Work While Symptomatic
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