ALSO NOTED: More NV clinics to be cited for dangerous practices;CA investigates hospital power failure; and much more...

> As though one clinic re-using needles and drug vials wasn't enough, it appears that other Nevada clinics may soon be cited for similar practices. Article

> A federal panel is investigating why a Sacramento, CA hospital left patients and doctors in the dark during a January storm. Article

> Doctors are challenging Highmark Inc.'s recent decision to charge Medicare customers $25 co-payments on certain injected drugs, arguing that some patients can't afford the charges. Article

> HCA has agreed to postpone a court case regarding its plans for a new Virginia hospital, but plans to resubmit its zoning request. HCA has been trying to get approval for a new site since 2005. Article

And Finally...  I'm sorry, kids, you're going to have to give up those hamsters. Article

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