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After Decades of Disappointment, a Turning Point Is Visible in Alzheimer’s Treatment
The USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy hosted a webinar featuring national thought leaders to examine hopeful signs in clinical development and policy that will ensure access to treatments and diagnostics.
How Surprise Billing Increases Premiums—and How New Policies Could Help Consumers
A USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy research team finds that policies to limit surprise billing could also reduce insurance premiums for Americans by billions each year.
Declaring the Vape Industry Illegal Will Only Drive It Underground
Declaring a multi-billion dollar industry illegal will only drive it underground. It will also make the health effects of vaping even more difficult to ascertain.
Middle-Aged Americans Report More Pain Than the Elderly
A new study has found that today’s less-educated Americans experience higher levels of pain than did previous generations.
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