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The little blue pill is celebrating twenty years on the market - and in the bedroom. Here are some of the weird and wonderful moments in Viagra’s history.
One story that has everyone outraged is that of Turing Pharmaceuticals, run by Martin Shkreli. He took the price of the 62-year-old drug Daraprim, used to treat toxoplasmosis in HIV patients, and raised it to $750 a tablet. How is he getting away with this?
"As everybody knows it's really difficult to lose weight and keep it off, so there's been a hope or expectation that medicine
Legislators in a number of states, including Oklahoma and Tennessee, have introduced bills that would require insurers to cover proton therapy if a patient's doctor believes it is the most appropriate form of radiation.
It is easy for me to write about childhood cancer in many respects. It matters to me. It touched me personally through the diagnosis and loss of my amazing daughter Alexis. Where I think the struggle lies is changing the entire landscape with respect to fighting the disease.
Bing, Google and other search engines are very, very good at detecting potentially problematic drug combinations. Better
I am convinced that one of the biggest impediments to finding cures for childhood cancer is the way we force our kids to fight. The regulatory and institutional red tape cause many parents not to enroll their children in clinical trials.
What if a preeminent global health authority declared there's a public health "time bomb" among us? What if he were the person most responsible for leading the coalition that turned HIV/AIDS from a certain death sentence into a manageable illness?
The health care products giant Johnson & Johnson continued to market an artificial hip in Europe and elsewhere overseas after
It wasn't just wealth and rates of insurance coverage that influenced spending, however. States with more women aged 20 to