I’m saying “No” to assisted suicide. Will you? New web site encourages doctors, caregivers to pledge no to assisted suicide

Bioethics, Cancer
With Washington becoming the second state to legalize assisted suicide, and others likely to follow, euthanasia opponents have put together a new web site to urge doctors, medical caregivers and citizens to say no to assisted suicide. The site comes after doctors and medical centers have said they won't urge patients to kill themselves. More Information: (more…)
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Pharmacy Savings Over 70% Are Easily Found with Free, Online Resources

General Health, Medical Economics
With 25% of Americans paying out-of-pocket to fill prescriptions, and with those ranks likely to grow in coming months, I wanted you to know about a report from PharmacyChecker.com, called “Safe Strategies for Drug Savings.” The bottom line is that by shopping online at verified pharmacies in the U.S., Canada, and other countries as well, PharmacyChecker can show you how to save over 72% on brand name medications and a similar amount on generic drugs. More Information: (more…)
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