Biologics-based medicines are benefiting more patients with unmet medical needs than ever before.
Henry T. Greely, director of the Center for Law and the Biosciences at Stanford Law School, discusses gene editing.
Lee Tien, Senior Staff Attorney and Adams Chair for Internet Rights at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, discusses genetic information privacy.
James Roosevelt, Jr., former CEO of Tufts Health Plan, discusses the climate of health insurance in the United States.
Before we can act on evidence that so often is a call to action to implement what we already know, we have to understand the nature of the obstacles facing public health.
While the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provides for expanded health coverage options for many American citizens, there are still a large number of vulnerable populations left without affordable health access.
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