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> Patients of a jailed doctor charged with running a "pill mill" connected with 56 overdose deaths are suing the government, claiming that forcing the doctor to stop practicing is causing catastrophic harm to the patients he can no longer serve. Article

> Greater Cincinnati is facing a serious doctor shortage, driven in part by low payer reimbursement. Article

> The DEA, at long last, has proposed rules which would allow physicians to e-prescribe controlled substances. FierceHealthIT

> A hospital in New York City's trendy Greenwich Village neighborhood is facing neighborhood opposition to its plans to tear down its old facility and replace it with a high-rise building. Article

And Finally... For people with Parkinson's, hitting the dance floor may be good medicine. Article

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