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A federal judge on Tuesday threw out part of a bellwether lawsuit against Merck & Co over claims that its osteoporosis drug Fosamax causes jaw damage.

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In this image provided by the University Medical Center in Tucson, a CT scan shows a pair of pruning shears embedded in the head of 86-year-old Leroy Luetscher. He is expected to make a full recovery. An 86-year-old Arizona man is expected to make a full recovery after being impaled through his eye socket with pruning shears.


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There are also articles fact-checking the president's speech last week as well as other myths regarding healthcare. You can also read the actual bill here: http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h3200/show. Tags: factcheck org … –

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Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:

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Black researchers are significantly less likely to win grant funding from the National Institutes of Health than white applicants, according to a new study. The director of the U.S. agency says it will take action to address the potential for “insidious bias” in the review process.

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A group that represents pharmacy benefits managers spent about $ 525,000 in the second quarter as it lobbied the federal government on a variety of issues.

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Black researchers are significantly less likely to win grant funding from the National Institutes of Health than white applicants, according to a new study. The director of the U.S. agency says it will take action to address the potential for “insidious bias” in the review process.

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Doctors are too quick to recommend expensive genetic counseling or testing for ovarian cancer, but at the same time often fail to refer women at high risk for the disease, government researchers said.

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Black researchers are significantly less likely to win grant funding from the National Institutes of Health than white applicants, according to a new study. The director of the U.S. agency says it will take action to address the potential for “insidious bias” in the review process.

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Shares of some top pbm companies were up at the close of trading:

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