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World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress
Dr. Farzanna Haffizulla represents AMWA at the World Medical Tourism & Global Health Care Congress on Sept. 20, 2014 in Washington, D.C.
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AMWA board member leads medical mission trip to rural Nicaragua
Dr. Suzanne Harrison led a group of medical students, physicians and undergraduates to rural Nicaragua to provide medical care to the underserved residents of Los Cedros and Reyes Norte.
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Missouri's solution to primary care physician shortage prompts backlash
A Missouri law creating a new licensure for medical school graduates who are unable to secure residencies is sparking backlash from medical organizations.
HPV vaccine uptake remains 'unacceptably low,' CDC Says
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Uptake of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in teenage girls and boys remains unacceptably low, even though there was a slight increase in coverage from 2012 to 2013.
Questioning medicine: EHRs and attention deficit
In this guest blog, physicians give their take on how EHRs distract from patient care.
Breast cancer drug has a surprising new application, study finds
An early study published in Clinical Cancer Research shows that gel-based tamoxifen may be as effective as the oral drug, and have fewer side effects.
Cognitive impairment a concern for younger Type 1 diabetes patients
Diabetes in Control
Researchers have found that sometimes within days of diagnosis, impairment of cognitive function can be seen in Type 1 children and adolescents.
Could a probiotic prevent obesity?
From 1980-2008, the prevalence of worldwide obesity more than doubled. Now, researchers say a probiotic that prevents obesity could be in sight.
Dextromethorphan abuse: A common choice for addicts of all ages
By Cynthia Sheppard Solomon
Available since the 1950s, dextromethorphan can be found in more than 140 different cough-and-cold remedies — both prescription and over the counter.
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