ALSO NOTED: Whites more likely to get narcotics from ED; Female neurosurgeons sue Brigham & Women's chair over discrimination c

> A new study concludes that while ED physicians are prescribing narcotics more often, minorities are less likely to get them than whites. Article

> A group of female neurosurgeons have sued the chairman of the department at Brigham and Women's Hospital, alleging that he discriminated against them due to their gender. Article

> Despite concerns that the deal might limit access to services not performed by Catholic hospitals, the Colorado state attorney general has approved the sale of two hospitals to a Catholic health system. Article

> Johns Hopkins has received a $10 million grant to conduct a landmark study on a common eye disease. Article

And Finally...  In this part of India, they're outsourcing pregnancies for infertile Westerners. Article

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