More than 400 pages of medical research, 11 hours of testimony and a blizzard in March. Welcome to my first FDA Advisory hearing!
The tragedy of DES began 60 years ago as pregnant women took the synthetic estrogen that had dangerous side effects. But lessons have been learned.
Allowing drug importation from Canada will not only save money, but lives as well.
When deciding whether or not to have surgery, a patient’s preference should become part of the decision. Surgeons should be trained how to present options.
Just under a year ago, my shoulder started hurting when I moved my arm in a particular way. It felt like I’d overstretched a muscle while sleeping on my side. I work out with a trainer, so I told him about the pain (discomfort, really) and my thoughts about what Continue Reading →
I don’t have bronchiectasis. By the end of reading Beating BronchiectasisBeating Bronchiectasis, I still didn’t have a clear understanding of it, only that it is a progressive disease that damages lungs to the point of death. None of that matters because Beating Bronchiectasis is not about the disease, Continue Reading →
Drug store shelves are filled with an overwhelming number of remedies to treat the cold or flu. But which ones actually work?