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Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law. Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law.


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Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law. Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law.


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Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law. Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law.


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There’s a movement afoot to urge doctors to ask about exercise as part of regular exams. The number of minutes of exercise per week is posted along with other vitals at the top the medical chart. So it’s among the first things the doctor sees.

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The Obama administration may have backed down after a decade of fighting over emergency contraception, but don’t expect to see Plan B, or any other morning-after birth control product, out from behind the counter anytime soon.

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Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law. Certain bone marrow donors could soon be compensated for their life-saving stem cells after federal officials declined to take the matter to the U.S. Supreme Court, allowing a lower court order to become law.


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SCOTUS health care ruling could come soon
A Supreme Court ruling on a controversial individual health care mandate could come as early as this coming week. Patricia Ann Millett joins MSNBC to discuss the upcoming verdict. >>> as early as mondays, we could hear the spleem courts ruling on the …
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Emails highlight Obama's health care deal
To cut a deal with the White House on overhauling health care, they needed to be sure that President Barack Obama would stop a proposal by his liberal allies intended to bring down medicine prices. On June 3, 2009, one of the lobbyists emailed …
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Masses protest in Detroit, say health care law's change in birth control
After an uproar, the White House modified the plan so that insurance companies, not religious employers, would pay for the contraception. But some religious groups say the change doesn't go far enough. "We're on God's side," said Bishop Ira Combs, …
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I saw on the news this week, Obama speaking about how his administration will be totally transparent and televise his agenda, including health care on C-span. I tune in to it nearly every day and haven’t noticed anything in regards to the current health care debate.

Further, I keep hearing on the news that nearly half of the Senate has been kept out of the meetings.

Hopefully Nancy and Harry will be on C-span soon so my family and I can form an opinion on government run health care. It would mean the world to us.

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U.S. judge in Va. to rule soon on health reform law
A federal judge in Virginia said Monday that he will rule by the end of the year on the constitutionality of the Obama administration’s health care reform law.

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Montana’s children’s health insurance program may soon open to state employees
Montana’s health insurance program for kids from lower-income families may soon be open to the children of state and university employees. The Lee Newspapers State Bureau reports that the health-reform bill passed by Congress in March effectively removed a ban keeping state employees from taking part in the government-funded Healthy Montana Kids program.

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