GA budget crisis endangers trauma plans; IA program trains family doctors;

> Things don't look good for Georgia's plans for to expand its trauma network. A budget crisis there has cast doubt on the state's ability to provide the $75 million needed to move ahead with existing plans. Article

> Case study: Here's how an Iowa residency program is addressing the national shortage with a program focused on training family doctors. Article

> A study in the New England Journal of Medicine concludes that HPV vaccines aren't worth the cost--at least not for women over 18. FiercePharma

> Do statins increase the risk of cancer? Well, no, according to a new metanalysis published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology--despite the fact that they lower LDL levels. FiercePharma

And Finally... He never would have caught that ol' bad boy without Barbie. Article

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