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Many with diabetes, faced with tripling insulin prices, are now forced to choose between life and rent.
Description: Sean Spicer just said Trump thinks government should be able to negotiate Medicare drug prices with pharma companies. Just a week ago, Trump specifically disavowed that position.
Description: Sean Spicer just said Trump thinks government should be able to negotiate Medicare drug prices with pharma companies. Just a week ago, Trump specifically disavowed that position.
A leaked Colombian Embassy memo suggests the U.S. wants to preserve the high price of cancer drug Gleevec.
We are facing a world wide epidemic. Too many millennials just. can't. even. Finally, there is a cure. EVEN AGAIN is the once daily pill that can help when you feel like you just can't even.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The pharmaceutical executive reviled for price-gouging resigned Friday as head of the drugmaker Turing
Big Pharma obviously disagreed.
It's clear that health care in the U.S. remains in a state of crisis. Millions of people still don't have health insurance, and pressures remain great to repeal reforms that have extended even bare-bones insurance benefits to the uninsured and underserved.
Last year I was working with the CEO of a pharmaceutical firm that specialized in allergy medicine. He'd just joined the company and was preparing for his first big town hall. As the new CEO, he recognized that people would want to know his plans. He prepared several slides about their position in the market, and their opportunities.
A new study's key findings make clear that women are now overwhelmingly the healthcare decision makers for both themselves and their families. They are setting healthcare agendas, making treatment decisions, selecting healthcare coverage and providers.
It's been many years since I have trusted anything I read in a medical or psychiatric journal. There is an enterprise wide positive bias; findings never seem to replicate; benefits are hyped; harms are hidden.
We need to readjust the way we educate physicians. Young doctors need to understand money more clearly from the start (especially the $200,000 in school loans part). But they must also grasp the hypocrisy that tells them that medical businesses, like Pharma, are inherently evil.
Recent reports illuminate a growing black market trade in blood from Ebola survivors. Those with the desire and resources are buying blood in hopes of curing current infections or stockpiling for future infections.
Nations that take far fewer drugs than we do are healthier. Why?
"If your decision to approve Zohydro was based on adherence to existing FDA policies, then surely those policies require
The history of psychiatry is a history of fad diagnoses that come out of nowhere to capture much more attention than they deserve. Current fads are distinguished only by the billions of dollars spent by powerful commercial forces to create and push them.
Forget everything you've heard about the benefits of Tamiflu, the Roche corporation's blockbuster influenza drug. A new analysis that includes previously-unpublished trials offers a fresh, and very unflattering, perspective.