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What veterinary medicine costs: Injectable drugs by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Mon 08 Nov 2010 1:05pm On Dolittler (Fully Vetted's former incarnation), I used to offer you a series of posts designed to demystify the expenses associated with keeping your pet healthy -- particularly with respect to veterinary products and procedures. Since I really don't know why I stopped writing about this crucial topic, it's probably time to reprise it.   ... Read on »
VELCADE® (Bortezomib) for Injection Based Regimens Result in Lower Costs and Less Patient Burden Than Other Commonly Used M by Health: Hearsay & Headlines Posted Sun 06 Dec 2009 12:00am (BUSINESS WIRE)--Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company today announced that two studies presented at the 51st American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting found that VELCADE based regimens are more cost-effective for payers and reduced out-of-pocket costs for patients than other commonly used multiple myeloma treatments. The study fou ... Read on »
Nice Approves £10,000 Eye Injections for NHS Patients by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:29pm Sufferers of the most common cause of progressive blindness in the elderly are due to receive a drug that cost £10,700 per patient on the NHS. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) has approved the Use of Lucentis for wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The advice should mean that thousands of peopl ... Read on »
Bitterness and Procrit Injections by Vicky .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 1:49pm I hate the way I am feeling right now....I mean besides the obvious fatigue, gritty dry eyes in the morning, a mouth so dry that it is hard to swallow a biscuit, foggy brain syndrome, muscle tenderness, and the nausea that comes and goes. I feel bitter and angry about my Sjogrens. I want to know why it is also attacking my kidneys. I often ask ... Read on »
What is better? Testosterone Injections or Gels? by Nelson V. Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:28pm 1 Comment What is better? Testosterone Injections or Gels? Nov 6, 2008 I am currently on testosterone enanthate, one injection every two weeks. Is there an actual advantage to using testim, the gel? I have all options available to me. Ed Response: Dear Ed: If you are used to the injections, you may not feel the same "lift" by the ge ... Read on »
Cost of gaining height by Vaidyan Charakan Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm You may recall that few months ago I had posted about a man who looked like a boy.He was 23 years old but had the features only of 12 years of age.His height was 123 cms and his body feature were like a small boy.He was a case of Pituitary Dwarfism. Let me tell you what happened since. The hormone tests proved that he is having a deficiency of ... Read on »
Paralyzing Injections – Do Young Women Need Them? by cynthiarowland Posted Tue 24 Jul 2012 7:32pm By  Cynthia Rowland What a racket! Whoever thought, then developed, paralyzing injections that freeze certain muscles using a neurotoxin is certainly a gizzilonaire by now. To think that men and women could fall for such an outrageous marketing gimmick is tantamount to buying a bridge in the Arizona desert. Big Pharma and some physic ... Read on »
FDA Fast Track Approval of Pre Natal Drug Turns KV Pharmaceutical into a Greedy Money Machine With Pricing for Makena by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 14 Mar 2011 9:32pm As the article states this injection, when compounded by local pharmacies used to cost around $10 and now that cost is $1500 per injection, what a rip.  KV has the exclusive rights to market under the name Makena.  Obgyns are outraged.  Over the full course of pregnancy the cost for the injections would cost maybe $400 maximum and now the same ... Read on »
Injections|Back and Leg Pain by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 15 Nov 2008 10:08pm Saturday, November 15, 2008 Injection therapy is one of many treatments available for patients with subacute (longer than six weeks) and chronic (longer than 12 weeks) low-back pain. Where the injection is given, what drug is used and why the injection is given can all vary. The injection can be given into different parts of the spine (the spa ... Read on »
Can You Obtain Health Insurance? by Alice C. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:59am As statistics continue to indicate the increasing numbers of uninsured in the US, it is (or should be) of utmost concern to every American that the team we elect into the presidency as of January has a firm plan to reform health care. In my opinion, the health care system is in a state of turmoil akin to the economic crisis. They are going to go ha ... Read on »