When cancer patients pass and their bodies are cremated, radition can be sent into the air and cause harm to crematory workers.
As the Insys trial continues, jurors hear testimony from a former call center manager who claims employees were instructed to lie to insurers to win approval of Subsys.
Widow of Army vet is ready to sue over her husband’s missed stomach cancer, but the Feres Doctrine will likely ensure her case never makes it to trial.
Native Americans are disproportionately affected by asbestos-related illnesses. Efforts are being made to lessen this impact and Native American communities are leading the way.
Prescription opioids have been identified as significant contributors to the overdose epidemic. There may be a need for new alternatives for cancer treatment.
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