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Patients Struggle With High Drug Prices

Don't make cuts to drug pricing program for needy patients

The Hill (blog) - ‎15.07.2016‎
That's why Ascension leaders nationwide are on Capitol Hill this week to emphasize how critical of a program 340B is for our patients who are struggling to afford their prescription medications. By paying less for high-priced prescription drugs, our ...

Meet The Man Who Went To Tijuana To Kill Himself But Was Saved By Cocaine And Hookers

NextShark - ‎vor 28 Minuten‎
Fuck God. Most of all, fuck anyone who tries to help. Begin seeing young female therapist. ... Purchase a copy of the Peaceful Pill, a suicide tourism guidebook.
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READ: Full text of Cory Booker's speech at the DNC 2016

NJ.com - ‎vor 38 Minuten‎
This is the high call of patriotism. Patriotism is love of country. But you can't love your country without loving your countrymen and countrywomen.

No Longer Omar: Actor Michael K. Williams On Lucky Breaks And Letting Go

WAMU 88.5 - ‎vor 7 Stunden‎
As Omar Little on The Wire, Williams was a fearless stick-up man who stole money from drug dealers. In Boardwalk Empire, he played Chalky White, ... On struggling with drug addiction during The Wire. I didn't feel worthy of opportunity like [the role ...

Fraud Probe Ricochets Through Platinum Partners, a Hedge Fund With Ties to Jewish Community

Wall Street Journal - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
Platinum has invested in exotic assets that can be hard to value, such as loans to struggling companies and annuities linked to ill patients' lives. Among questions investigators seek to answer is whether Platinum misstated values of some holdings, the ...
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Could legal marijuana make LA's homeless crisis even worse?

Los Angeles Times - ‎vor 14 Stunden‎
Faced with an intractable and growing homeless crisis, two weeks ago, the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors made a bold and largely unprecedented move: It approved a November ballot measure that would impose a 10% tax on gross receipts of medical ...
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Opinion: How the pieces are falling into place for another global financial crisis

MarketWatch - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
Expect this figure to rise further as borrowers struggle to service debt due to a brutal economic downturn, high interest rates, falling commodity prices, and a weaker currency. Any new banking crisis likely will be significant. Banks are networked ...

With DNC underway, see what Clinton was saying in NH when campaign began

WMUR Manchester - ‎vor 11 Stunden‎
IT WAS A STRUGGLE. SECRETARY CLINTON: WHERE DID YOU FINALLY GET HELP? CAMERON: I REACHED OUT TO SERENITY PLACE, HERE IN MANCHESTER.

Five things to know from Business

The Boston Globe - ‎24.07.2016‎
Medicare pays 80 percent of the cost of drugs above a catastrophic threshold. That means taxpayers, not insurers, bear the exposure for the most expensive patients. Some experts say the rapid rise in spending threatens to make the popular prescription ...

Resurgent Mexico

CounterPunch - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
The price of cheap clothes, cheap drugs and cheap labor is paid by the hundreds of thousands dead and disappeared in the last decade alone.

Addicts pay the price for DOH actions

Albuquerque Journal - ‎vor 20 Stunden‎
Buprenorphine and methadone, known as medication-assisted therapies, are the evidence-based and most effective treatments for opiate addiction - both addiction to opioid pills, such as oxycodone, and to heroin.

Prices of newer HIV drugs too high, according to MSF

Eyewitness News - ‎21.07.2016‎
The organisation's Dr Vivian Cox says the price of older drugs has decreased by 26 percent since 2014 but newer drugs are costing 18 times more making it impossible for the poor to have other options. The organisation says the reason pricing for new ...

The Murder of Guatemala's Prison 'King' Byron Lima: A 'Self-Coup d'etat'? (Part III)

Insightcrime.org - ‎vor 21 Stunden‎
“Here is the list of ideal people for the most important posts in the Penitentiary System's Board of Directors, who will be the base for an optimal administration of your future activity as interior minister.

BC physicians not providing minimum treatment for half of patients with depression

Ubyssey Online - ‎vor 7 Stunden‎
The researchers found 13 per cent of patients in psychotherapy received a minimum level of care, compared to 47 per cent of patients in drug therapy. Overall, 53 per cent ... Paying for psychotherapy can cost around $150 a visit. ... Faculty have been ...

TRANSCRIPT: The shortest SONA in PHL, delivered by Arroyo in 2005

GMA News - ‎24.07.2016‎
The story includes an economy that grew more than 6% last year and that has continued to work in the teeth of the biggest oil price hikes in history, while generating 4 million jobs in the last four years. ... This story should work itself out as one ...

Growth in local behavioral health treatment due to voters' support of levy

Norwalk Reflector - ‎vor 11 Stunden‎
Dr. Collins said that new and expanded alcohol and other drug (AoD) treatment, support and prevention services that will begin this fiscal year are intended to help meet some of the needs identified in recent community meetings convened about treatment ...

Prominent wharf site in Augusta overgrown once again

Press Herald - ‎24.07.2016‎
Augusta Deputy Police Chief Jared Mills confirmed that before the site was closed off, police had responded to reports of indecent conduct and drug dealing on the property. The Greenway Trail, a hiking and biking trail that runs between the Arsenal ...

Intangible Asset Accounting

Reynolds Center - ‎vor 12 Stunden‎
The crux of the issue: Intangible assets are the most valuable assets for many entities yet the accounting often doesn't record them as an asset.

Crime lords earn cash by dealing legal high in jail

Daily Star - ‎24.07.2016‎
Prison officers say they are struggling to cope with a deluge of dangerous synthetic drugs such as Spice. They were banned in ... And a stash worth almost £30,000 at inflated jail prices was discovered among a prisoner's belongings. Mr Travis added ...

NH lawmaker who pushed for medical marijuana wants to help make it more affordable

The Union Leader - ‎23.07.2016‎
She said it's not fair that patients have to pay out of pocket for what she considers medicine. "But that's the system right now, and I'm hopeful that one day ... insurance companies will also consider it to be medicine that needs to be covered under ...
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