Hospice Utilization Surging Among Multiple Myeloma Patients in the U.S.

Atlanta, Georgia – Patients diagnosed with multiple myeloma (MM) face a challenging journey, with high morbidity and mortality rates. Despite advancements in modern treatments, many patients will eventually lose their battle with the disease. The place of death (POD) for these patients plays a crucial role in determining their preferences, access to supportive care, and … Read more

Nurse Sentenced to Life for Role in Nursing Home Deaths of 17 Patients

BUTLER, Pa. – Heather Pressdee, 41, received a sentence of three consecutive life terms and an additional consecutive term of 380-760 years in prison during a sentencing hearing in Butler, located approximately 30 miles north of Pittsburgh. The prosecution revealed that Pressdee played a role in the deaths of at least 17 patients across five … Read more

Vaccine-Injured Patients Speak Out: CDC Evidence Links COVID-19 Vaccines to Deaths

New York, USA – A recent report by medical professionals revealed evidence suggesting that the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may have caused multiple deaths. Despite initial claims denying any link between the vaccines and deaths, concerns continue to mount as more individuals come forward with reports of injuries and adverse effects. Dr. Pierre Kory, … Read more

Medical Device Recall: Potential Death Risk for Patients with OmniLab Advanced and Other Devices recalled by Health Canada

Toronto, Canada – Health Canada has issued recalls for several medical devices, raising concerns about potential risks to patients. One of the devices in question is the OmniLab Advanced, primarily used for individuals with sleep apnea, a condition characterized by interrupted breathing during sleep. The agency warns that the device’s ventilator may experience internal errors, … Read more

Revolutionary CAR-T Immunotherapy Offers Hope for Multiple Myeloma Patients

NEW YORK CITY, NY — A groundbreaking treatment for multiple myeloma cancer, known as CAR-T, has been found to be 90 percent effective, providing new hope and optimism for patients with this type of blood cancer. Patients like Judith Harding and Bill McHugh, who would have once been considered outliers, are now benefitting from treatment … Read more

NHS Funding Crisis Puts Life-Changing Drug for Cystic Fibrosis Patients at Risk

LEEDS, UK – The parents of a five-month-old girl diagnosed with cystic fibrosis are expressing their fear of losing access to a life-changing drug that could improve her quality of life. Layla has been in and out of the hospital since her diagnosis, and her parents had hoped that she would be given access to … Read more

Convicted Germantown Doctor Sentenced to 45 Years for Role in Patient’s Drug-Related Death

GERMANTOWN, MARYLAND – Dr. James Ryan, a 50-year-old resident of Clarksburg, has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for his involvement in the death of 25-year-old Sarah Harris, nearly two years ago. The Germantown doctor had a previous professional relationship with Harris before their romantic involvement led to tragic consequences in January 2022. Harris, … Read more