Upon enactment and review of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”), the JKTG Foundation became concerned by the number and extent of the preclusion of administrative and judicial review provisions the law included.

As a result, the Foundation requested a full review of the statute.

The result confirmed the Foundation’s concerns particularly regarding the potential fairness and equity imbalances created for beneficiaries and providers of care. Learn more about the preclusion provisions and the issues they pose in this brief summary.

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Ted’s Take: The other end of the field

Ted’s Take: The other end of the field

JKTG-funded research, Iron oxide nanoparticles inhibit tumor progression and suppress lung metastases in mouse models of breast cancer, appears in the journal ACS Nano and features a collaboration between researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Hormel Institute at the University of Minnesota.

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Applying nanoparticles and the immune system to fight cancer

Applying nanoparticles and the immune system to fight cancer

JKTG-funded research, Iron oxide nanoparticles inhibit tumor progression and suppress lung metastases in mouse models of breast cancer, appears in the journal ACS Nano and features a collaboration between researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Hormel Institute at the University of Minnesota.

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