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POLITICO New York Health Care: Flu vaccines can't be mandated; pharma bro arrested

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BOARD OF HEALTH GOES TOO FAR — The city's Board of Health does not have the authority to require children receive the flu vaccine before entering city-run day care or preschool, according to a New York State Supreme Court ruling. Our analysis here: http://politi.co/1lU0lE6

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PHARMA BRO ARRESTED — The antics that made Martin Shkreli one of the most loathed CEOs in the United States are not what got him into trouble. Before he raised the price of Daraprim, before he made clear his distaste for his pharmaceutical peers, and before he spent millions to purchase the one and only copy of the Wu-Tang Clan's latest album, Shkreli allegedly misused millions of dollars from the pharmaceutical company he ran to pay off investors at two hedge funds where he had made a series of bad trades. The alleged "brazen Ponzi-like" scheme was unveiled Thursday during a press conference in Brooklyn at the U.S. Attorney's office. http://politi.co/1lU1fAi

...While it may be fun to revel in Shkreli’s downfall, Bloomberg’s Drew Armstrong reminds us “significant increases are a common practice in the industry. http://bloom.bg/1T4Rtpj

NOW WE KNOW — There are far more men with moustaches in academic medical leadership positions than there are women in total, according to a study in The BMJ Christmas issue. http://wapo.st/1IbXEaN

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TAKING LEAVE — A coalition led by the AARP is calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to include paid family leave in his executive proposal for the upcoming 2016 legislative session. http://politi.co/1lU3rI1

COMING SOON — Syracuse's first medical marijuana dispensaries are almost ready to open. http://bit.ly/1mqK6hD

ACROSS THE RIVER: The state Senate failed by one vote in its attempt to override Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of a bipartisan bill to make it easier for transgender people to change the gender listed on their birth certificates.

PHARMA REPORT: AstraZeneca PLC will pay $4 billion for a 55-percent stake in the biotech company Acerta Pharma, which is expected to release acalabrutinib, a blood cancer drug, according to The Wall Street Journal. http://on.wsj.com/1mqIbtE

-SAMSUNG’S BIG BET — Samsung, the world’s largest maker of smartphones, is churning out cancer drugs developed by Bristol-Myers Squibb Co, according to the Wall Street Journal. http://on.wsj.com/1mqIKUg

-MICHIGAN MEDICAID DEAL — The federal government and Michigan have agreed on a new waiver that will allow the state's Medicaid expansion to continue, federal officials said. Under state law, the waiver would require Medicaid enrollees above the poverty line to make a choice after four years of Medicaid coverage: Either enroll in a private subsidized plan on HealthCare.gov, or remain in Medicaid and pay up to 7 percent of household income toward health care costs — higher than the 5 percent ceiling CMS has allowed other states.

WHAT WE’RE READING:

-WHAT THE MEDIA GOT WRONG ABOUT JIMMY CARTER’S CANCER — Health News Review has a very smart piece on how journalists got ahead of themselves when describing former President Carter’s remission. http://bit.ly/1ZeRvyR

-MEDICAL MARIJUANA BALLOT — The Florida Supreme Court approved the ballot language for a proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize medical marijuana for "debilitating medical conditions."

-CLINTON COULD FURTHER TWEAK OBAMACARE —POLITICO reports: “Hillary Clinton on Wednesday hinted that she might want to change another part of Obamacare — the law's 30-hour definition of a full-time work week. Clinton made the remarks in response to a question about Family and Medical Leave Act rules for part-time workers. She said FMLA is encouraging employers to push employees into part-time hours. ‘That, and also, the Affordable Care Act,’ Clinton said during a campaign stop in Iowa. ‘You know, we got to change that because we have built in some unfortunate incentives that discourage full-time employment.’”

-KAISER OPENING A MEDICAL SCHOOL — Kaiser Permanente announced it will open a medical school in Southern California, according to the Los Angeles Times. http://lat.ms/1mqJrwJ

TODAY'S TIP — Comes from the Cleveland Clinic: “In need of a spa day? A massage reduces stress and carries away toxins that have built up in the muscles.”

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OP-ED — Researchers from NYU Langone Medical Center, writing in Neurology, call for a broad public health campaign and improved cause-of-death reporting for those with epilepsy. http://bit.ly/1T4TSAy

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