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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) vetoed a bill that would have put heavy restrictions on women seeking abortions and on physicians performing them. (Philly.com)
Are Americans really eating healthier? Big Food sees a booming market for salty/fatty/starchy snacks. (Bloomberg)
The founder of Apotex Pharmaceuticals and his wife were found dead in their Toronto home last Friday, and police now suspect murder. (Bloomberg)
Never mind about importing Canadian-made drugs — how about importing their healthcare system? Kaiser Health News examines whether it could work down south.
Scottish woman reportedly can tell when someone has Parkinson’s disease — by sniffing them. (Daily Mail)
A patent fight between drugmakers Roche and Shire could keep patients from getting the new hemophilia A drug approved last month. (Reuters)
Sharona Hoffman, JD, offers another take on what the CVS-Aetna merger will mean for healthcare. (Kevin MD)
“Atherosclerotic coronary heart disease” killed San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee last week, autopsy results indicated. (SF Examiner)
A federal judge says the government can’t stop two undocumented pregnant teens from seeking abortions. (Reuters)
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