Daily Digest: Prescription Drug Risks, Fertility and More

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From U.S. News & World Report: Do Prescription Drugs Affect How Long We Live?

Experts weigh in on the benefits and potential risks of prescribed medications and their affect over time. David Longworth, MD, a physician and chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Medicine Institute, comments about the importance of wellness and prevention.
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From FertilityAuthority.com: Fertility Preservation After Cancer

Jeffrey Goldberg, MD, Section Head of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cleveland Clinic, explains the importance of knowing the different options of fertility preservation after cancer treatment, whether freezing eggs, embryos or sperm.
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From OncLive.com: New Cancer Drug Lengthens Lives

Axitinib, a newly approved drug for treating advanced renal cell carcinoma, is offering hope to patients. According to Brian Rini, MD, an oncologist at the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute, patients with metastatic disease taking the drug are living twice as long as they did before.

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