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9 key questions about the longest government shutdown in history, answered • Good Medical

It costs the management of the government money, and it is up to Congress to manage the purse strings. While the government is in the middle of its third stop under the leadership of President Donald Trump – the longest… Continue Reading →

Lilly's anticancer drug fails during key clinical trial

(Good Medical) – Eli Lilly and Co said on Friday that Lartruvo's cancer treatment, which had received conditional approval, did not improve patient survival in a long-term confirmatory study and that it was not necessary for patients to have long-term… Continue Reading →

Congress, CMS takes key steps to examine the cost of drugs

A senator who has long been a watchdog of the Congress of the Pharmaceutical Industry said Wednesday that he would work closely with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to curb the rise in price of medicines. At… Continue Reading →

The key to longevity: your aunts, uncles and parents

The researchers explain that your chances of inheriting genes related to longevity are higher if you come from a family of several long-term members. And that includes aunts and uncles, not just parents. With the help of databases from the… Continue Reading →

At the diagnosis of cancer, a question is the key

Welcome to Impact Factor, your weekly commentary on breaking medical studies. I am Perry Wilson. If you are a health care provider like me, you have this phone call dozens of times. A friend, a colleague, a parent has just… Continue Reading →

Governor Announces Appointments to Key Agencies

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (Good Medical) – Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined the ranks of the federal government and all states on Monday to fill key Cabinet positions in environmental protection, environmental protection and environmental protection. environment, public health and the police…. Continue Reading →

Seasonal Affective Disorder: This Key Feature Could Explain Why You Have "Winter Blues"

Worker launches, University of South Wales You are not alone if the cold weather and the long nights make you feel depressed. This well-known phenomenon, called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), may explain why people feel weak, irritable and lethargic in… Continue Reading →

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