Interesting take on London’s Olympic opening ceremonies from Dr. Kate Scannell:
Watching an octogenarian Queen parachute into the stadium was unremarkable compared to witnessing happy doctors performing the Lindy Hop, keeping time and rhythm, having fun, receiving cheers from an appreciative public. In contrast, on this side of the pond, doctors are more likely to . . . → Read More: Would American Doctors and Nurses Dance Around?
Another creative form fundraising for medical bills:
Arijit Guha is a 31-year-old doctoral candidate at Arizona State University. He recently got married. And, since February, he has sold T-shirts to pay for his chemotherapy.
Guha has Stage 4 colon cancer, a diagnosis that comes with an 8.1 percent survival rate. Although he has health insurance, . . . → Read More: Should We Just Start Bake Sales to Pay Our Medical Bills?
We get a a lot of questions about Merck’s blockbuster asthma drug Singulair. We constantly get questions from asthma-sufferers and allergy patients about “When will Singulair go generic?”, “Why can’t I buy generic Singulair yet?” and “Where can I find affordable, generic Singulair?
Well, generic Singulair is finally almost here! The Food and Drug . . . → Read More: FDA Approves 10 Drugmakers to Make Generic Singulair