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A common type of surgery used for shoulder impingement doesn’t actually work, researchers found. (The Telegraph)
Are patients being well-served by the latest skin cancer treatments? (The New York Times)
This country doctor is fighting to keep both her license and her way of practicing. (STAT)
Coming out to your physician can sometimes be difficult, especially in rural America. (NPR)
Drugmaker Novo Nordisk is intensifying its focus on obesity drugs. (Reuters)
Alex Azar, President Trump’s nominee for Health and Human Services Secretary, profited handsomely during his time as a drug company executive. (Associated Press)
Tobacco companies, long banned from advertising their products, are returning to the airwaves — to explain that smoking cigarettes can kill you. (The Washington Post)
Remember rofecoxib (Vioxx), the arthritis drug that was pulled from the market? It may be gaining new life as a treatment for joint pain in hemophilia patients. (CBS News)
Iron lungs have long been obsolete, but a few people are still using them. (DailyMail.com)
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