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High-Risk Women Can Benefit From Medications to Prevent Breast Cancer

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has issued updated recommendations on the use of medications to reduce the risk of breast cancer. The experts recommend that clinicians should offer preventive medications to women with an elevated risk of developing breast cancer due to factors such as family history or harmful BRCA mutations, but women… Read More »

HHS and FDA propose plan for importation of prescription drugs from other countries

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and Acting Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Ned Sharpless today laid out a plan for the importation of prescription drugs intended for sale in other countries. Other countries pay lower prices for the same drugs, Azar said. Two pathways under the Safe importation Action Plan would get the… Read More »

Exercise Protects The Heart From Injury

Exercise decreases heart attack risk as well as protects the heart in the event that a heart attack takes place. For many years, physicians have been attempting to analyze how this 2nd exercise benefit functions, with the purpose of discovering methods of protecting the heart following a heart attack. Scientists have determined the heart’s capability… Read More »