Not all drug companies have raised prices through enormous hikes, but both patients and hospitals are struggling to deal with the rising costs of drugs. What can be done?
According to an AARP Public Policy Institute report, drug prices have steadily increased and outpaced inflation for years now. Is it simply a case of capitalism at work? Or should there be a difference when the lives of people are at stake?
New studies aim to keep drivers young and old from cellphone distractions.
With help from Penn’s resources and connections, two medical students are preparing to put an innovative surgical device on the market.
One of the hidden advantages of Penn’s medical school has been the Office of Student Affairs, which plays an important role in helping students through the academic challenges and preparing
them for the residency matching process.
Two alumni who have won medicine’s most prestigious prize spoke of their early years at Penn Med and looked to the future.
In a posthumously published book, Dr. Richard “Buz” Cooper counters the prevailing explanations for excessive costs in health care.
In her nearly three decades at Penn, Yvonne Paterson has been a teacher, a scientist, an administrator, and a mentor who has a special talent for bringing people and programs together.
At the Perelman School of Medicine’s White Coat Ceremony in August, Gail Morrison, M.D. ’71, G.M.E. ’76, the senior vice dean for education, stated that one of the primary reasons for the ceremony is to emphasize humanism.
Stand Up to Cancer grant to attack pancreatic cancer, software innovations to map the spread of cancer, new Alzheimer’s and HIV research funding and more.