Partisan opponents of last year's omnibus health care reform in the U.S. have a multitude of legislative tactics they can summon to keep the law from taking effect.
It’s not what you want; it’s where you go. Dartmouth study finds cancer patients’ end-of-life care is determined by their hospital, not their hopes.
A new study finds palliative care doesn't put patients out of their misery; it puts the misery out of the patients.
As medical malpractice sticks in the craw of the American health reform debate, draining some of the denial out of the process picks up steam.