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Improved quality of Medicare plans and steady premiums are great news as open enrollment begins

As we prepare for Medicare Open Enrollment, which began on Oct. 15 and ends on Dec. 7, Medicare wants everyone to know that quality continues to improve both in Medicare Advantage and in the Part D Prescription Drug Program. ...

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Hepatitis C reaches historic highs: Burgeoning Baby Boomer generation at extreme risk with more than 75 percent infected as spending on HCV treatment predicted to surge more than 200 percent by 2015

Hepatitis C reaches historic highs ...

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Plain language reference guide available to assist HIV service organizations in health insurance enrollment efforts

HIV service organizations and community-based groups nationwide are gearing up to help people at risk for and living with HIV to find and enroll in affordable health coverage. ...

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Causes and effects of diabetes and other diseases

Causes and effects of diabetes and other diseases ...

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Entire female reproductive tract susceptible to HIV infection in macaque model

A new study reports surprising results from a study of HIV transmission in the FRT of rhesus macaques. ...

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Ebola: What you need to know ...

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Local hospital prepare to treat Ebola

Local hospital prepare to treat Ebola ...

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