A comprehensive discussion of the causes, epidemiology, diagnosis, symptoms, and pharmacotherapy for this movement disorder is presented, with an emphasis on the efficacy and adverse effects of pharmaceutical treatments.
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P&T® Journal contents for October 2008
Health Care & Law
Although the intricacies of health care regulation may seem inefficient and unwieldy, our system of local, state, and national checks and balances actually makes a certain amount of sense. Dr. Field discusses the logic behind the complexities of the present regulatory system.
Obama and McCain Positions Similar — with One Major Difference. The outlook for Medicare Part D and universal health insurance coverage may depend, in part, on who is elected President and how Congress decides to act.
The Multiple Sclerosis Trend Report reveals the need for many improvements in treating this expensive and complex disease, such as containing costs of biotech drugs, easing the process of obtaining patient reimbursements and physician payments, developing a role for specialty pharmacy, and eliminating barriers to patient–pharmacy communication.