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Military Medicine: Military Hospital Care Is Questioned; Next, Reprisals
Physicians, nurses and medical workers at military hospitals say they have been brushed off, transferred, investigated and passed over for promotion after they pointed out problems with care.
(Womack Army Medical Center, December 21)
Kabul Residents on Heroin Watch as Addiction Grows
As opium cultivation has soared in Afghanistan, addiction levels have followed. Kabul residents have increasingly watched the problem play out in public, a spectacle in a city with few others.
(Kabul (Afghanistan), December 20)
Dispatch: Ebola Should Be Easy to Treat
Ebola can be battled back, but conditions in Sierra Leone make it very, very hard.
(Social Conditions and Trends, December 20)
Hepatitis C Treatment Wins Approval, but Price Relief May Be Limited
Insurers are hoping that a new competitor to Gilead Sciences’ drugs for the disease will drive down prices, though the new drug’s price is higher than was hoped.
(Johnson & Johnson|JNJ|NYSE, December 20)
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