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Mexico Bans Shipments and Use of Pesticide Glyphosate

Emily Shiffer · July 8, 2020

Mexico will ban all future imports of the pesticide glyphosate, citing scientific evidence that it is potentially toxic to human health and the environment.

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Mexico Bans Shipments and Use of Pesticide Glyphosate

Emily Shiffer · July 8, 2020

Mexico will ban all future imports of the pesticide glyphosate, citing scientific evidence that it is potentially toxic to human health and the environment.

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Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Image of textured breast implant representing Allergan's campaign to reach patients with recalled breast implants.

Allergan Launches Campaign to Reach Patients with Recalled Breast Implants

Lauren Styx · June 4, 2020

Breast implant manufacturer Allergan announced the launch of a digital campaign to reach patients currently or formerly implanted with recalled Biocell breast implants.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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Doctor holding Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered for coronavirus treatment.

Clinical Trial Reveals Hydroxychloroquine Side Effects

Joanna Shawn Brigid O'Leary · June 1, 2020

After the release of a massive study, which found that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective at treating COVID-19 and could be deadly to its recipients, scientists from all over the world penned an open letter expressing concern about the study’s design and the interpretation of its results.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A stock photo of talcum powder representing J&J's move to halt sales in the U.S. and Canada.

Johnson & Johnson Discontinues Talcum Powder in the U.S. & Canada

Carah Wertheimer · May 19, 2020

J&J will withdraw its signature talcum powder from North American markets, insisting the product is safe despite nearly 20,000 lawsuits alleging that asbestos-contaminated powder caused cancer.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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A photo of the Stature of Liberty, representing controversial U.S. re-opening plan.

MT Weekly: At-Home COVID Test Kits, Anti-Malarial Drug Side Effects

James Parker · April 24, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. The FDA warns the public not to use anti-malarial drugs outside of hospitals, the agency approved an at-home coronavirus test collection kit, and the CDC predicts a second wave of infections as the nation reopens.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

News
A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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A photo of saliva representing the COVID-19 test.

MT Weekly: FDA Fast-Tracks Coronavirus Saliva Test, CDC Guidance For Workers’ Return

James Parker · April 16, 2020

MedTruth is highlighting this week's coronavirus-related updates. A COVID saliva test has been fast-tracked, federal guidelines for relaxing social distancing, and how warm weather will — or wont — affect the coronavirus.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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Bald woman looks in the mirror, worried that her cancer chemotherapy treatment will be delayed because of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Delays Chemotherapy for Cancer Patients

Benjamin Duong · April 16, 2020

Patients with cancer, already vulnerable with many dependent on regular treatment appointments, are facing delayed chemotherapy, surgeries and even outright cancellations.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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A photo of a man looking out his window during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

MT Weekly: COVID-19 Testing Updates, Criminal Charges for Not Isolating

Carah Wertheimer · April 10, 2020

MedTruth is focusing on the coronavirus. Here’s a summary of the most important developments this week.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Nursing home staff pushing man in wheelchair, representing nursing home residents at risk from coronavirus.

Nursing Home Residents Remain at Risk From Coronavirus Despite Lockdowns

James Parker · April 7, 2020

Nursing homes are closed to all outside visitors and nonessential staff to protect residents from COVID-19, but they are still vulnerable to infection spread by staff members.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

News
Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Diabetic testing glucose levels for generic insulin use.

Pre-Qualification Program for Generic Insulin

Benjamin Duong · January 9, 2020

Insulin in the U.S. is costly, with a lack of generic insulin leaving diabetics with few options. The WHO is launching a pilot program to prequalify generic insulin products in hopes of increasing access to this vital drug.

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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Photo of women celebrating the removal of birth control Essure from the market.

2020 Kicks Off With Global End of Controversial Birth Control Essure

Carah Wertheimer · January 7, 2020

Controversial birth control Essure finally removed from the market, bringing celebratory remarks from the harmed patients who call themselves the "E-sisters."

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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A photo of a person's hand scrolling through their iPhone getting the latest MT Weekly news on the new FDA commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.

MT Weekly: Hair Dye Linked to Breast Cancer, Senate Recommends FDA Commissioner

Carah Wertheimer · December 9, 2019

While recent reports reveal increased prevalence of measles deaths and prediabetes in adolescents, one recent study indicates a link between hair chemicals and risk of breast cancer. Meanwhile, Dr. Stephen Hahn has been recommended as the next FDA Commissioner after a 18-5 vote by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Here's last week in medical.

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MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Woman checks MT Weekly on her phone, investigating foodborne illness outbreaks and Sackler family opioid news in China

MT Weekly: Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, Sackler Steers Opioids to China

Carah Wertheimer · November 25, 2019

While the U.S. observes urgent calls for bans on vaping products, the Sackler family catapults the opioid crisis abroad, with their affiliate company Mundipharma promoting OxyContin in China. Additionally, last week brought about several foodborne illness outbreaks, new findings on the rising prevalence of anal cancer, and a promising HIV vaccine discovery.

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Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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A close-up photo of a dark-skinned man with hazel eyes, representing the current focus on LASIK risk and safety.

Former FDA Adviser Draws Attention to Complications With LASIK

Emma Schkloven · November 22, 2019

Dr. Morris Waxler, a retired Food and Drug Administration advisor who voted to approve LASIK in the 1990s, is now calling for the medical device to be removed from the market.

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MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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Woman looks up from phone after reading this week's MT Weekly discussing plague outbreak and metal implants

MT Weekly: FDA Talks Metal Implants, Plague Outbreak in China

Carah Wertheimer · November 18, 2019

Last week, the FDA held a meeting addressing the patient and medical perspective on metal-containing implants. In addition, China responded to reports of a couple treated for the plague in Beijing, and the U.S. found a decline in cigarette use. Unfortunately, vaping among adolescents has increased 20% in 2018.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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MT Weekly: Protecting Intersex Children, Drug-Delivering Drones

Carah Wertheimer · November 12, 2019

MedTruth Weekly delivers the latest developments in medical research, regulation, legislation and legal actions. The best way to be an advocate for yourself is to know the facts. Staying informed starts here.

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Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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Photo of a person on their computer reading about the opioid deaths reported on in this week's MT Weekly.

MT Weekly: Opioid Deaths by Ethnicity, Female Smoking Trends

Carah Wertheimer · November 5, 2019

Last week observed one study reporting a 103% increase in opioid deaths, with black Americans in large metropolitan areas most affected. Additionally, lifestyle interventions have been proven to reduce Alzheimer’s risk, women may be less likely than men to quit smoking, and the number of vape-related illness cases nears two thousand.

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A photo of a man adding vaping liquids to his vape pen after CDC reports concern about the link between THC vapes and lung illness.

Vaping Epidemic Worsens, Contents of THC Vaping Liquids Scrutinized

Emma Schkloven · November 5, 2019

In recent years, many have turned to electronic cigarettes as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. Unfortunately, vape-related illnesses have since been on the rise, with vape-related fatalities reaching a total of 34 in the United States. As officials and the CDC look into causality, some believe thickening agents within vaping liquids such as THC oil may be responsible for the rise in lung illnesses.

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MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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Photo of man reading MT Weekly, MedTruth's Weekly recap of the previous week.

MT Weekly: Black Box on Breast Implants, Talc Pulled From Shelves

Carah Wertheimer · October 29, 2019

In last week's news, the FDA released a new black box warning to inform consumers about the risks of breast implants after a flurry of patient advocate reports. Additionally, talcum powder was pulled from many store shelves after asbestos was reportedly found in one of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder bottles. One dietary study tracking subjects for ten years reveals that trans fat is linked to dementia.

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MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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A photo of a phone and glasses to represent someone's desk as they sit down to read this week's MedTruth Weekly medical news report.

MT Weekly: Australia Fights BIA-ALCL, Ireland Refuses Recourse to Mesh-Injured

James Parker · October 21, 2019

Last week in medical brought about delay in an opioid trial against Purdue Pharmaceuticals and the Sackler family while the two determine how much of the settlement the Sacklers should pay. Meanwhile, actions were made against BIA-ALCL in Australia and Ireland, where warnings were sent to the public. Ireland's mesh-injured population is denied financial compensation for their harm.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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Photo of talcum powder in a petry dish after baby powder recall on Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products last week.

Asbestos Contamination? 30,000 Bottles of J&J's Baby Powder Recalled

Carah Wertheimer · October 21, 2019

In recent months, we've worked to collaborate on behalf of consumer product safety. Help us put the #TruthOnTalc by signing our petition demanding Johnson & Johnson add an adequate warning label.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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An image of a man holding a bottle of Roundup herbicide after Monsanto Emails Uncovered Revealing Health Risks of Glyphosate

Internal Emails in Monsanto History Spark Questions of Ethics and Safety

Nicole Knight · October 16, 2019

Monsanto has been under scrutiny in recent years for the health risks of primary herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate. For years, the company paid their team of researchers and scientists to promote the safety of the product, but recent internal emails have revealed such an assertion cannot be made about the chemical.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Scene of patient doing physical therapy from Netflix Documentary Bleeding Edge Film

Netflix's The Bleeding Edge Exposes Essure, Mesh and Other Dangerous Devices

Ashley Lombardo · August 4, 2018

A new Netflix documentary, The Bleeding Edge, delves into the hidden dangers of the multi-billion dollar medical industry.

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Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Recalled pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Recall: The Dangers of Defective Pressure Cookers

James Parker · June 8, 2018

A pressure cooker recall has been issued for multiple models that may explode, shock, or burn consumers. Because pressure cooker injuries can be serious, it's incredibly important to research recalled models and understand potential dangers.

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Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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Woman covered in talcum powder looking in mirror

Winning Verdict in California Woman's Fight Against Talcum Powder

Ashley Lombardo · June 5, 2018

A California woman recently won $21.7 million in compensatory damages and an additional $4 million in punitive damages after using talcum powder.

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How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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young Cherokee boy thinking about opioid crisis 2018

How the Opioid Crisis is Affecting the Cherokee Nation

Ashley Lombardo · May 18, 2018

American Indians are disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, specifically in states like Oklahoma.

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Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Woman holding clump of hair caused by Taxotere hair loss

Is Scalp Cooling a Treatment for Taxotere Hair Loss?

James Parker · May 14, 2018

The emergence of a new therapy known as scalp cooling may help women worried about permanent hair loss from Taxotere and other chemotherapy drugs.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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Trump outlines plan to address the opioid crisis and person checks U.S. passport

Trump Outlines Opioid Initiative To Tackle National Crisis

Ashley Lombardo · April 10, 2018

The Trump administration has outlined a controversial plan to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis, expanding education, enforcement and treatment options.

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CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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Woman holding pills representing CDC Funding Shortage

CDC Funding Shortage May Lead to Global Pandemic

Ashley Lombardo · February 13, 2018

The CDC funding is about to run out, and 39 countries will be left with no way to study or treat illness that could potentially have global repercussions.

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