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US health insurers guilty of performing the old switcheroo?
Latest recommendations from UK NICE
The mass vaccination campaign against meningitis A using MenAfriVac is to start on 6 December in Burkina Faso.
WHO implores all countries to improve health financing
Pharmac announces new funding decisions
£300 million wasted on drugs each year in England
Is the current evidence on Medicare part D sufficient?
Diabetes care still a postcode lottery in the UK
Productivity gains recommended to the UK's mental health services
No "magic bullet" when it comes to universal healthcare
Artesunate: a cost-effective stop-gap when facilities are scarce
Infliximab for IBD: clinical benefits at acceptable costs
Noncompliance with therapy a serious issue in schizophrenia
News from ACR/ARHP
Obesity intervention "very effective" in reducing drug costs
Antiretroviral coverage in Africa improved by donors and price cuts
Global Polio Eradication Initiative justified
Immediate treatment tops monitoring for small HCC
Imiquimod or photodynamic therapy for actinic keratosis?
Integrated care for low back pain a winner all round
Vitamin C and E use during pregnancy not worthwhile
Prescribing quality in the USA comes at a price, or does it?
From 2011, doctors in Spain will be able to prescribe the exact number of pills a patient requires, in a move to save €300 million.
The potential of telehealth in Australia
Pre-op dexamethasone improves post-op QOL
H. pylori infections "less common but more expensive"
Amifampridine revision "an awfully long time to wait"
Average medical unit costs "once again" highest in US
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