Jay Bhattacharya, MD, PhDAssociate Professor of Medicine and CHP/PCOR Core Faculty Member
The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief “may be considered the clearest demonstration of aid’s effectiveness in recent years,” according to Stanford researchers who analyze the program in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Read more »
Q&A: Bhattacharya on what's at stake in health care caseFSI Stanford, CHP/PCOR Q&A: Stanford Report on March 29, 2012
With legal arguments at the Supreme Court over, the fate of the Obama administration's health care law is in the hands of the justices. Jay Bhattacharya, a Stanford Center for Health Policy core faculty member, explains how consumers could be affected. Read more »
FSI Stanford, CHP/PCOR News
Without good health care, diabetics run the risk of developing more health problems. Stanford researchers say those complications will put a greater strain on the patients and the countries where they live – a problem that can be addressed with improvements to health and insurance systems. Read more »
CHP/PCOR, FSI Stanford News
While many have blamed Russia's economic and political transition for the increase in deaths following the Soviet Union's collapse, Stanford's Grant Miller and Jay Bhattacharya pin new blame on the demise of an effective anti-alcohol campaign. Most of the deaths during Russia's mortality crisis were from alcohol poisoning, drunken violence or slower killers like heart attacks and strokes, said Miller.
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Universal access to lifesaving AIDS drugs — a United Nations’ Millennium Development Goal that officials hoped to accomplish by 2010 — would require a staggering $15 billion annual investment from the international community at a time when the economic downturn is challenging continued funding for relief efforts, according to a new analysis by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
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