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Breast, Prostate Cancer Screening has its Set of Limitations - AMS Officer

In what emerged as a much controversial and hyped statement, Chief Medical Officer of the American Cancer Society, Dr. Otis Brawley, revealed that breast and prostate cancer screening has its set of definite limitations.

FCC Rules Cannot Regulate Internet - McCain Bill

FCC Rules Cannot Regulate Internet - McCain Bill

While it did seem like the net neutrality stakeholders had maybe reached a consensus with regards to Federal Communications Commission's rules on regulating the Internet, on Thursday, Senator John McCain has shocked everyone by introducing a bill on the same day that currently prohibits the organization from enacting any regulations that it has detailed in the proposal.

2,700 Managers Affected as Anglo American Stripped its Management Structure

2,700 Managers Affected as Anglo American Stripped its Management Structure

In a bid to restructure and cut costs, Angle American, the country's core mining group, has axed 2,700 manager positions and stripped down its management structure, an act which might help the company save as much as $120 Million (72 Million) annually.

Top Democrats Might Strip Health Insurance Industry of Exemption from Antitrust Laws

Top Democrats Might Strip Health Insurance Industry of Exemption from Antitrust

As recently reported by Congressional Officials, in what comes as the latest proof of a deepening struggle over President Obama's efforts to revamps the medicine and health industry in the country, top Senate Democrats are planning to take away the health insurance industry's privilege of its exemption from the Federal Antitrust Laws.

Coffee Consumption Helps in Halting Progression of Liver Diseases - US Researchers

Giving coffee lovers a reason to smile and grab another cup of their favorite coffee, a recent research carried out in the US has reported that consumption of several cups of coffee in a day can help in halting progression of liver diseases.

20, Including Clinic Owners and Patient Recruits, Booked for Medicare Fraud in California

Authorities today booked 20 people, including clinic owners and patient recruits, under charges of involvement in a scam where Medicare was sent a false bill of $26 million in unneeded and/or undelivered medical equipment.

In a total of 7 cases, 20 people have been charged according to a statement issued by the US Attorney's Office in LA on Wednesday. The fraud came to light thanks to a joint investigation carried out by the FBI as well as the US Department of Health and Human Services and the Attorney General's Office in California.

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