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Patrick Edmund Matoole, MD

A truly compassionate individual, Patrick Edmund Matoole, MD, has devoted his career to providing comprehensive neurological care for his patients. Currently, he serves as a physician and neurologist at Josephson-Wallack-Munshower Neurology PC, a trusted provider of both pediatric and adult neurological health care. 161 more words

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Tracey Mackie

As the managing director of Active Solutions Aged and Primary Health Care Consultancy, Tracey Mackie strives to improve access to information, training and support for individuals, professionals and organizations working in the sector. 129 more words

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Meds, oops

So this is what it looks like when you run out of 5 mg tablets of prednisone. Luckily I still had enough 1mg pills, but this is not really my preferred way of doing things. 32 more words

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‘Death with Dignity’ gains steam, remains divisive

Support for physician-assisted suicide is proliferating in state legislatures across the nation as proponents contend the practice enhances patient freedom at the end of life and guarantees terminally ill adults a way out of pain and suffering.

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Tyranny of the Judiciary

First it was John Roberts. Then it was Anthony Kennedy.

Each of these men served as the deciding swing vote in the Supreme Court’s two most important and wide-reaching decisions of this session, first in King v. 1,189 more words

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California Healthline: Supreme Court Ripples in California

The Supreme Court decision on Thursday upholding the legality of federal subsidies in health benefit exchanges in 34 states did not directly pertain to California. This state was one of 16 that established its own exchange, Covered California. 94 more words

Seniors

Bloomberg View: Why Medicare Needs a Safety Net

By The Editors 

It’s a little awkward to defend something that doesn’t yet exist. But the Independent Payment Advisory Board is in danger of being killed before it’s born, thanks to a… 166 more words

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