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Profiteering from the Poor

May 24, 2016

Many of you will recall the highly publicized case last fall, of Martin Shkreli, CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, smirking and invoking his Fifth Amendment rights before a televised House Oversight Committee hearing. He had led his company to acquire a generic drug that had been available inexpensively for decades. The... View Article

Much Ado About MOLST

May 17, 2016

Most healthcare professionals agree that patients rarely document their wishes about end-of-life care before a crisis occurs. This often makes decision-making difficult for both clinicians and families. I have long advocated that everyone should have an advance directive in place. This may take two forms. The first is a living... View Article