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Center for Healthcare: News of the Day
  1. PHOTOS: Why Lynsey Addario Has Spent 10 Years Covering Maternal Mortality
    The Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, known for her work in war zones, turns to a topic that is often shied away from: the risks women face when giving birth.

  2. Opioid Case With 2 Ohio Counties As Plaintiffs Set To Go To Trial Next Week
    The first federal case against the opioid industry goes to trial Monday. Some companies have settled to avoid trial, others will get their day in court.

  3. Whistleblower Alleges Fraud At A Large Medicare Advantage Plan In Seattle
    As the Trump administration calls for expanding access to Medicare Advantage, a federal whistleblower lawsuit accuses a large Medicare Advantage plan of bilking Medicare out of $8 million.

  4. Hospital Giant Sutter Health Agrees To Settlement In Big Antitrust Fight
    Health care costs in Northern California, where Sutter Health dominates, are 20% to 30% higher than in Southern California, even after adjusting for cost of living. Settlement terms aren't yet public.

  5. Doctors Faced With Tough Decisions Due To Shortage Of Drug Used To Treat Cancer
    NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Dr. Yoram Unguru, a hematologist and oncologist in Baltimore, about a shortage of vincristine, a drug used to treat childhood cancer.

  6. Poor People Are Still Sicker Than The Rich In Germany, Despite Universal Health Care
    Even with generous health coverage, sizable health disparities persist between Hamburg's wealthier and poorer neighborhoods. Crowding, poor air quality and fewer physicians plague poorer areas.

  7. Trump Is Trying Hard To Thwart Obamacare. How's That Going?
    Though polls show Affordable Care Act protections remain popular in the U.S., President Trump still threatens to drastically change the law if he can't repeal it. Here are five changes he's made.

  8. Heads Up: A Ruling On The Latest Challenge To The Affordable Care Act Is Coming
    The health law again faces possible legal evisceration with a court ruling in Texas v. Azar anticipated this fall. Here's what it's about and what's stake.

  9. PHOTOS: After The Storm, Haitians In The Bahamas Depend On The Kindness Of Strangers
    One woman turned her home into an ad hoc shelter for Haitians displaced by the storm and facing discrimination.

  10. Canada's Decision To Make Public More Clinical Trial Data Puts Pressure On FDA
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration treats most data it gets on the development of new drugs and medical devices as confidential to companies. Critics say making the data public would help patients.

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