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Blog Posts in November, 2007

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  • HIV on the Rise in America
    HIV on the Rise in America

    According to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for 2001 to 2005 (the latest years available), the number of new cases of HIV infection diagnosed among 15-to-19-year-olds in ...

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  • More Wierdness in Mack Trial
    More Wierdness in Mack Trial

    Yes, more wierdness in a case that's had it's share. First, Mack stabs his wife to death and shoots a judge (always the best way to endear oneself to the legal community about to determine your fate). ...

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  • Health Care Providers Do Not Need to
    Health Care Providers Do Not Need to "Line Up" to be Experts

    In Staccato v. Valley Hospital , 123 Nev. Adv. Op. No. 49 (November 8, 2007), the Nevada Supreme Court resolved the issue of whether a physician is qualified to testify as to the proper standard of ...

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  • No Private Right of Action Under Prompt Pay Law
    No Private Right of Action Under Prompt Pay Law

    The Nevada Supreme Court examined Nevada's so-called "prompt-pay" statute, NRS 690B.012, in a decision dated November 21, 2007. See, Allstate Ins. Co. v. Thorpe , 123 Nev. Adv. Op. No. 52. That ...

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  • University Medical Center Does Deal with Cancer Institute
    University Medical Center Does Deal with Cancer Institute

    s Vegas' University Medical Center would shed some controversy, save $290,000 a year and gain prestige in a new deal with the Nevada Cancer Institute. The hospital would pay the research center ...

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  • Pregnant Women Get More Imaging Exams
    Pregnant Women Get More Imaging Exams

    Pregnant women are receiving more high-tech imaging exams, exposing their babies to higher doses of radiation than a decade ago, a study said on Tuesday. Reuters reports that while the levels of ...

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