The company said it will offer commonly prescribed medications with discounts to its Prime members.
During an interview with Harvard Business School, Merck CEO Ken Frazer said lawmakers pushing for a quick coronavirus vaccine are doing the public a “disservice.”
"The health care industry will be advertising tonight on this program,” Sanders told moderator Jake Tapper. “They will be advertising tonight with that talking point.”
Many with diabetes, faced with tripling insulin prices, are now forced to choose between life and rent.
The senator wants legislation and a hearing to address pharmaceutical companies' role in the opioid epidemic.
He's got no ideas, and he's shown no interest in developing any.
Cory Booker, you have betrayed us.
The one thing drug companies are not very good at is developing better drugs. Tried and true meds are often much better, and always much cheaper, than the hyped stuff you see on TV on get from your doctor. Be informed.
Pharmaceutical companies poured tens of millions of dollars into the campaign to stop Proposition 61.
The general public gets aroused only when the FDA approval process goes strongly amiss, as in 2004 when Merck's anti-inflammatory