An examination of medical ethics and the practioners who define them.
For good reason, other than the US, only one other country in the world allows drugs to be advertised directly to the public.
Small acts of kindness make a huge difference to patients and families
Good quality turns out to be complicated and unrelated to reimbursement rates
While properly ordered blood tests can help enormously with diagnosis, too often, blood tests are ordered without good reason.
Is there value in getting a second opinion? What happens when the two opinions differ from each other?
A look at some of the topics we covered throughout the past year.
These four words may not mean the same thing to all people
Too often the use of expensive and risky technologies catch on before we have good data suggesting benefit.