ALSO NOTED: Russian healthcare system in crisis; Dallas hospital deal falls though; and much more...

> Think the U.S. healthcare system is in trouble? Take a look at Russia's troubles. Article

> A high-profile deal which would have turned over management of two Dallas hospitals to an out-of-state firm seems to have fallen through. Article

> A North Carolina hospital has temporarily lost permission to receive Medicaid and Medicare payments after an inspection found that the facility was placing patients in "immediate jeopardy." Article

> In a study that may change the way that cancer drugs are developed and prescribed, scientists have determined that genetic mutations are different in every cancer patient, suggesting that drugs will need to be "tailored" for small groups. FierceBioResearcher

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