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Pharma Pulse 3/11/24: The Correlation Between Medical Debt and Health Status, Biden’s Moves to Protect Obamacare & more


The latest news for pharma industry insiders.

Is There a Correlation Between Medical Debt and Health Status?

With out-of-pocket healthcare costs resulting in financial issues for patients, a cross-sectional study closely examines whether they are linked to more premature deaths.

COVID-19 Risk in CLL Could Be Exacerbated by Hypogammaglobulinemia

People with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) are at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19, but a new case report shows that some patients with CLL may experience particularly persistent, worsening cases of COVID-19 as a result of CLL-secondary hypogammaglobulinemia.

Salesforce Executive Leads With a Beginner’s Mind

Clara Shih of Salesforce AI is the leader behind the company’s artificial intelligence efforts.

Trump appointees on appeals court question Biden’s moves to protect Obamacare mandates

With access that millions of Americans have to preventive care at stake, a conservative federal appeals court on Monday picked apart how the Biden administration has tried to maneuver around the latest significant challenge to Obamacare.

@webmd on Threads:

There may be something to the "weekend warrior" mentality after all: A recent study suggested that concentrating all your exercise into just 1 or 2 days could work as well for fat loss as spreading it throughout the week. Read the report: wb.md/439iK…

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