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Sackler Family, Makers of OxyContin, Come Under Intense Fire in Court
They allegedly knew of the addictive dangers of their drugs, but pushed them on the public and doctors nonetheless.
CVS Chief to Amazon: Bring It On!
Larry Merlo says that anything Amazon can do in health care, CVS can do better.
Sprycel Approved for Type of Newly Diagnosed Pediatric Leukemia
First and Only Second-Generation TKI for Philadelphia Chromosome-Positive Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
World-First Device Smaller Than Pea Treats Premature Babies, Newborns With Heart Openings
Potential Life-Saving Device Can be Implanted in 2-LB Babies
FDA Approves Cabometyx for Patients With Aggressive Liver Cancer
New Therapy for Patients With HCC Who Previously Received Nexavar
Zanubrutinib Gets Breakthrough Therapy Designation for Mantle Cell Lymphoma
Aggressive Disease Represents Around 6% of All New Cases of NHL
Pediatric Oncologists Hope Law Brings New Therapies
The Research to Accelerate Cures and Equity for Children Act requires drug companies to conduct clinical cancer trials for youngsters.
Cancer Patients More at Risk of Suicide
The danger is most prominent among people with certain cancers and/or in certain age groups.
Shutdown Might Prevent Drug Approvals
FDA has limited funds to keep the process on track.
Gottlieb: Campaign Against Biosimilars Is a Campaign Against Consumers
FDA chief slams the makers of originators, saying that they may be deliberately misleading the public about safety of cheaper potential market rivals.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc. Issues Voluntary Recall of Vecuronium Bromide for Injection
Particulate Matter Identified as Glass Discovered in Agent
Caplacizumab Accelerates Platelet Count Normalization in Adults With aTTP
Relief for Patients With Life-Threatening Blood-Clotting Disorder
SEG101 Gets Breakthrough Therapy Status for VOC Prevention in Sickle Cell Disease
New Therapy Could Prevent Painful, Unpredictable Pain Crises
Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients May Have Greater Risk of Shingles
Study Reveals Having Any Cancer Type Increases Risk by 40 Percent
Medicaid Plans in California No Longer in Control of Their Formularies
Executive order means that Medicaid insurers are at the mercy of the state for determining what drugs to purchase to get best pricing.
Why blockchain for health care may be finally turning the corner
Cigna Buys Express Scripts
Why bundled payments are poised to take off
Why Medicare Advantage enrollment will keep on growing, whatever the politics
Why employers are offering more choices in health plans next year
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