October 24, 2002 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report today that more people suffer from arthritis and joint pain than was previously thought. NPR's Jon Hamilton has the story.
October 23, 2002 Drug companies often hire doctors and scientists at universities to test drugs. But it can be an uneasy relationship, especially if the studies don't find what the companies hoped for. That's when trouble can start. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports on a series of papers in this week's New England Journal of Medicine that explores how these kinds of partnerships may threaten scientific freedom.
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