In a new paper, researchers and ethicists urge policymakers to view immortal cells differently from other biospecimens as new rules go into effect.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Nearly one-third of younger women without a known cancer risk receive the screening before breast reduction surgery, a test that can do more harm than good.
1 in 7 privately insured children and non-elderly adults among study cohort received antibiotics for cases that were not medically justified, new research finds.
Almost half of Americans ages 50 to 64 are worried they won’t be able to afford insurance in retirement, and 68 percent are concerned about federal changes to health insurance.
A new study finds 1 in 7 people with type 2 diabetes who don’t use insulin monitor their blood sugar levels more often than guidelines suggest.
Findings from Michigan enrollees may help other states understand the potential impact of Medicaid expansion and work requirements on health and employment.