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In recent months, federal agencies and state health officials have urged doctors to first treat pain without using opioids, and some have announced plans to restrict how many pain pills a doctor can prescribe. But getting the millions of people with chronic pain to turn...

source: The New York Times (tiered subscription model)

Smokers who think they are escaping the lung-damaging effects of inhaled tobacco smoke may have to think again, according to the findings of two major new studies, one of which the author originally titled "Myth of the Healthy Smoker."

source: The New York Times (tiered subscription model)

The nation's leading cancer doctors are pushing pediatricians and other providers to help increase use of the HPV vaccine, which studies show could help avert tens of thousands of cancer cases during young Americans' lives.

source: The Washington Post

Academy Members Peter S. Ihm, MD, and Andrew R. Spector, MD, are quoted. The late rocker Warren Zevon, after being diagnosed with inoperable cancer, wryly but wisely noted that each of us should "enjoy every sandwich." Although you might think that our ability to follow...

source: New Hampshire Magazine

Given this year's elections, Members of Congress will be in their districts for an extended recess this summer (July 16 - September). Take advantage of this opportunity by scheduling a meeting with your lawmaker(s) close to home. Contact the Academy's Legislative Advocacy...


The June Bulletin feature article, "Crossing the Payment Bridge," helps you find your way around new concepts and terminology resulting from the repeal of the SGR. Categories for reporting are made clear and pathways are discerned.



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