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Chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections are 3 to 5 times more common than HIV/AIDS infections in the United States, yet few public health resources are devoted to identifying those at risk and ensuring they get proper care, according to a report by the Institute of...
To the Editor: In their Commentary, Drs Psaty and Prentice1 raised concerns that variation in event rates in recent trials of patients with type 2 diabetes may in part reflect incomplete ascertainment of events in certain trials and, by implication, inadequate quality of these studies. However,...
Vietnam veterans who were exposed to the chemical defoliant Agent Orange and who have developed B cell leukemia, Parkinson disease, or ischemic heart disease may soon be able to receive medical care or disability compensation through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). During the Vietnam...
To the Editor: I would like to report incomplete financial disclosures related to an Editorial,1 a Clinical Crossroads article,2 and a subsequent reply to a letter to the editor3 published in JAMA. This resulted from my misinterpretation of JAMA requirements for reporting conflicts of interest....
The severe recession helped slow the growth in US health care spending to a historic low rate in 2008. Yet health care spending still outpaced inflation and now holds its largest percentage share ever of the gross domestic product (GDP). The severe recession is credited with helping produce the...
“They stole it, Doc,” he said as he self-consciously pulled at a faded shirt that was one size too small. “They stole what?” I asked, closing the door to the examination room. “Well, I was sitting on the bus, Doc. Minding my own business, writing down what I ate for lunch. And then, well,...
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