The 21st Century Cures Act was hailed as the biggest health-care reform since ObamaCare. It’s easy to see why: The law, which passed both houses of Congress by unanimous consent last December, increased the budget of the National Institutes of Health, designated nearly $2 billion for cancer research, and set aside $500 million in 2017 alone to address the opioid crisis.
Unfortunately, the legislation also weakened patients’ privacy rights. Read More…
Hillary seemed to give a good debate performance with no publicized signs of Parkinson’s Disease. But they were there, and for the first time, we saw a true “pill-rolling’ tremor.