Topic: Medical aid in dying
More than 75% of the patients who received medication to end their own lives in Washington and Oregon had cancer, a new study reveals.
The latest miracle machine in modern medicine—the use of which has skyrocketed in recent years—is saving people from the brink of death.
Terminally ill patients who request that physicians make decisions for them get more aggressive end-of-life treatment, according to a new study.
Maine has become the eighth state in the country to legalize physician aid-in-dying.
Dignity Health is getting into the specialty drug business and more healthcare headlines from around the web.
The Trump administration is calling for a federal appeals court to uphold a lower court decision striking down the Affordable Care Act.
A Canadian doctor is under scrutiny after it was revealed he failed to hire any female doctors in 16 years running departments at two hospitals.
The majority of physicians now support medical aid-in-dying for the terminally ill, but patients are still far more likely to approve of the practice.
A Connecticut physicians group has been hit with a $125,000 fine for alleged HIPAA violations after one of its doctors spoke to a TV reporter.
The DOJ approved the $69 billion CVS-Aetna merger on Wednesday after Aetna agreed to sell off its Part D business, and other physician practice news.