The last time someone reminded me I have cancer was at a funeral. A woman I barely knew walked up to me, arms open wide. “Whitney, you look so good!” she said, fawning over me and assuring me that I was on her church’s prayer chain.
I stood there, blinking and drawing a blank. What was she talking about?
Then I remembered: Oh yeah, I have brain cancer. I carry a malignant tumor around everywhere I go. I’m … http://mylifeisworthit.org/blog/2015/09/i-have-malignant-brain-tumor-itrsquos-not-really-my-mind/
Kaiser’s August healthcare poll results should put all on high alert given public sentiment and the rhetoric of the political season. Ed Schoonveld sounds the alarm and offers four initiatives to stall the surge towards government intercessio…
The news extensively covers criticism over prescription drug pricing. In fact, a recent Kaiser Health Tracking Poll characterized very negative public views of the industry and s… http://mylifeisworthit.org/blog/2015/09/drug-price-controls-ldquored-meat-leftrdquo-or-russian-roulette/
Being married helps men, but not women, take their medicines as prescribed. People with children in the home tend to adhere less to their medication regimes than those without dependents underfoot.
Pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts ESRX, +0.28% has collected these and other data points to predict ahead of time which patients are less likely to take their medications … http://mylifeisworthit.org/blog/2015/09/cost-not-taking-meds-prescribed-330-billion/