Storage error leads NH hospital to call for revaccinations; NJ hospitals take action to end in-network insurer agreement;

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> A New Hampshire hospital that discovered its vaccines were stored at inconsistent temperatures is urging more than 800 children to get revaccinated, CBS Boston reports. Article

> Two for-profit hospitals in Hudson County are taking steps to end their in-network agreement with New Jersey's largest insurance company, although they hope they can reach a new deal before the contracts expire in the spring, according to NJ.com. Article

> Experts warn that the White House administration's cancer plan relies on outdated perception of disease, The New York Times reports. Article

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> Even if a case of cancer goes into remission, the patient may still have huge bills for years, if not decades, to come, according to a study that will be published in the May issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Article

> Adding to the increased scrutiny of hospital mergers, the nation's largest nurses union has asked two state attorneys general to take a closer look at a merger that would create one of the biggest Catholic health systems in the country, according to the Portland Business Journal. Article

And finally... Out of the mouth of babes. Article

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