Despite earlier signals that they would postpone the vote, House Republican leaders now say they will push forward on managed care reform before adjourning for the August recess. Continue reading →
Experts discuss a presidential commission’s draft report that warns of financial trouble for Social Security by 2016. Continue reading →
Pope John Paul II urged President Bush Monday to ban stem cell research using human embryos. Continue reading →
After a federal agency suspended all research on humans last week, Johns Hopkins Medicine will be allowed to resume their work with the agency’s approval. Continue reading →
A federal oversight agency suspended almost all of Johns Hopkins federally financed medical research involving human subjects. Continue reading →
The National Institutes of Health released a study today underscoring the tremendous potential of embryonic stem cells to treat everything from Alzheimer’s disease to cancer. Continue reading →
Vice President Dick Cheney examines the state of U.S. energy consumption and conservation, stem cell research, campaign finance reform and his health. Continue reading →
President Bush today promised to "modernize and strengthen Medicare" in addition to offering a discounted prescription coverage for seniors. Continue reading →
After this background report by Susan Dentzer, Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson discusses discount prescription drugs for Medicare recipients. Continue reading →
Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson discusses discount prescription drugs for Medicare recipients. Continue reading →
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