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Lack of Zika funding could delay vaccine

Lack of Zika funding could delay vaccine

By Shannon Muchmore  |  July 29, 2016

The head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said Friday that preparations for the second phase of vaccine testing may be impossible without more money, which will be difficult to obtain with Congress on a weeks-long break.

Low-income clinic sees high election stakes

By Harris Meyer  |  July 29, 2016

Democratic leaders at the Democratic National Convention this week stressed a commitment to universal healthcare. But just a few miles away, the head of a clinic serving low-income and uninsured patients is watching the election nervously.

Obama signs compromise drug-abuse bill into law

By Associated Press  |  July 24, 2016

President Barack Obama on Friday signed into law a bill to curb abuse of heroin and opioid drugs, even as he expressed bitter disappointment with Republicans for not providing more money for addiction treatment.

Obama calls for revisiting the public option

Obama calls for revisiting the public option

By Associated Press  |  July 12, 2016

President Barack Obama is laying out a blueprint for addressing unsolved problems with his signature health law, including a renewed call for a "public option" to let Americans buy insurance from the government.

In nod to Sanders, Clinton offers new healthcare proposals

In nod to Sanders, Clinton offers new healthcare proposals

By Associated Press  |  July 09, 2016

In another nod to primary rival Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton is proposing to increase federal money for community health centers and outlining steps to expand access to healthcare across the nation.

Supreme Court term has mixed results for healthcare industry

Supreme Court term has mixed results for healthcare industry

By Lisa Schencker  |  July 09, 2016

The court's term that ended late last month wasn't nearly so straightforward for the industry. At least half a dozen notable cases left some people cheering and others wringing their hands. And the midterm death of Justice Antonin Scalia appears to have affected some of the outcomes.

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