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Trending News Today: Research Advances Treatment of Epilepsy, AutismSpecialty Pharmacy TimesClusters of cultured forebrain cells grown in the lab provide insight into the origins of autism and epilepsy, according to NPR. The clusters, also called minibrains, are created by transforming skin cells from an individual cell into neural stem cells …
Trending News Today: Insurance Cost-Sharing Subsidies Are Key Issue in Government ShutdownSpecialty Pharmacy TimesAs the looming threat of a government shutdown hangs in the air, Congress faces a budget-funding deadline regarding a bill that must pass to keep the government running. According to Kaiser Health News, debates surrounding the new spending bill focus …and more »
Trending News Today: Health Insurer Set to Part Ways With Express …Specialty Pharmacy TimesA video game called Mozak is helping scientists model brain neurons with more accuracy than conventional computer-based modeling tools, according to The …and more »
Trending News Today: Health Insurer Set to Part Ways With Express ScriptsSpecialty Pharmacy TimesA video game called Mozak is helping scientists model brain neurons with more accuracy than conventional computer-based modeling tools, according to The New York Times. The Center for Game Science developed the game in collaboration with the Allen …and more »
Trending News Today: States Seek to Boost Individual Insurance Markets Over ACA UncertaintySpecialty Pharmacy TimesNearly 1 of 5 patients stop taking statins within 2 years of having a heart attack, reported The Washington Post. In a retrospective study published in JAMA Cardiology, investigators included a cohort of 57,898 Medicare beneficiaries who were …
Trending News Today: FDA Requires New Warnings for Some Painkillers in ChildrenSpecialty Pharmacy TimesThe University of California (UC) filed a complaint regarding a scheme that allegedly used information from more than 500 students enrolled in its systemwide Student Health Insurance Plan in order to allow physicians to write fraudulent prescriptions.