AIDS vaccine cuts risk of infection by 31 percent; Yaz contraceptive under investigation by Swiss officials;

> There's been an exciting development on the AIDS vaccine front. A new, large study of a combination HIV vaccine seems to have reduced the risk of being infected by HIV by 31 percent. FierceVaccines

> Swiss officials are investigating the safety of a Bayer contraceptive--the low-dose pill Yaz--after a woman died from a blood clot 10 months after taking the medication. FiercePharma

> After a long legal battle, it appears that the dialysis clinic maintained by Grady Memorial Hospital will close after all, leaving some patients with few, if any, options. Article

> As it turns out, nurses, CFOs and CIOs have much different opinions about what's important in hospital scheduling systems, according to research firm KLAS. FierceHealthIT

And Finally... Who says men don't stitch as well as women? Not these guys. Article

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