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Black Women Develop Lupus at Younger Age with More Life-Threatening Complications

Black Women Develop Lupus at Younger Age with More Life-Threatening Complications

 

The research results are based on data from the Michigan and Georgia Lupus Registries.

The Middlemen Getting Rich Off Your Prescriptions - Even when drug companies cut prices by over half, patients pay too much

The Middlemen Getting Rich Off Your Prescriptions

Even when drug companies cut prices by over half, patients pay too much

by Dorothy Leone-Glasser, RN, HHC.

 

Pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) are major contributors both to ballooning prescription drug prices and the lack of transparency around it.

 

Yet, if you’re like many Americans, there’s a good chance you’ve never heard of them.

 

Diabetes Can Break Your Heart

On November 14, 2019, AstraZeneca announced the launch of Diabetes Can Break Your Heart, a national movement with a goal to change the trajectory of heart failure (HF) in type 2 diabetes (T2D).

Cover Georgia CALL TO ACTION: Submit a Public Comment by December 3, 2019

More Georgians than ever have health insurance, but the Georgians who need it most still lack the opportunity to receive health care and the financial freedom that comes with having a health insurance card.

 

With Georgia now exploring changes, it is time for Georgians (like you!) to share your thoughts on the matter. 

 

ARxC's Dorothy Leone-Glasser Featured on Avant Youth Interview: Gun Violence and GCSC

See Dorothy's interview on Avant Youth, an Atlanta-based newsmagazine of the youth, devoted entirely to covering its residents and neighboring humans. 

https://avantyouth.com/2nd-amendment-part-e-perspectives-from-a-healthcare-advocate/

 

ARxC Attends Rep. Lucy McBath's Gun Violence Prevention Roundtable

ARxC attended Representive Lucy McBath's Gun Violence Prevention Roundtable in August as a member of the Georgia Coalition or Safe Communities (GCSC), a coalition advocating for common sense policies that prevent violence in Georgia.

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