This infographic depicts the efforts of several states to boost graduate medical education funding. Is your state among them?
As policymakers learn about the burgeoning bottleneck between medical school graduation and graduate medical education, a number of novel approaches to physician training have launched from Sacramento to Jefferson City to Tallahassee. Not surprisingly, many of these solutions pit providers against one another amid concerns about patient safety and the dilution of professional standards.
A genomic tool for prostate cancer appears to provide physicians and patients with improved decision making about the use of radiation therapy after radical prostatectomy.
The FDA has rejected Public Citizen’s petition to have a black box warning placed on the labels of testosterone-containing drugs available in the United States.
Urologist Christine N. Lajeunesse, MD, who survived the shooting at Urology Nevada 7 months ago, tells a local TV station that her recovery is progressing and that she’s only angry she didn't get to tell the shooter “that he missed.”