As palliative care and hospice use grow and cost pressures continue, new studies probed variation in care and referrals — and found opportunity.
A 25-year journey leads to the first calf vein thrombosis patients treated with a selectin inhibitor strategy.
Common Drugs, Uncommon Risks? New Study Looks at Serious Health Problems After Short-Term Steroid Use
Many adults take corticosteroids for short-term symptom relief — but providers may want to consider possible side effects more closely.
A large study shows bone complications in thyroid cancer are an indicator of a poor prognosis, suggesting the need for more drug research.
For some surgery patients, a prescription to ease postoperation pain leads to continued opioid use months afterward.
A new study shows language barriers and cultural differences disadvantage some patients, but it records no significant inequities in how doctors provide information.