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The cost of preventing the spread of HIV? Upwards of $1,600 a month

by , and Feb 5, 2019
President Trump is expected to call for an end to HIV transmission by 2030. The drug known as PrEP may be key.
AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and AIDS patients march to protest budget cuts to AIDS services proposed by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on June 5, 2009 in Hollywood, California. 
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Bayer sheds some brands to focus on pharma and fight pesticide claims

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Nov 29, 2018
The giant multinational corporation Bayer is selling off the Dr. Scholl’s and Coppertone brands acquired four years ago when the company bought Merck. Now Bayer is looking to expand its cancer drug research and development and the agribusinesses it’s been…

Here's why Obamacare premiums are going down for the first time

by , and Oct 12, 2018
It's "really about returning excess profits," a Kaiser Family Foundation executive says.
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Kickbacks or a helpful service? Here's why pharma is under fire

by Mitchell Hartman Sep 21, 2018
Drug companies can get creative with doctor incentives, and that can be problematic.
A pharmacy technician counts out a prescription of antibiotic pills.
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Here's why there's a shortage of EpiPens

by Dan Gorenstein Aug 23, 2018
The Food and Drug Administration is trying to help mitigate the shortage of EpiPens, those auto-injecting devices used to treat allergic reactions to things like peanuts and bee stings. It’s extended by four months the expiration date for some EpiPen…

The FDA approves the first drug derived from cannabis

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jun 28, 2018
Will this be the catalyst for big pharmaceutical companies to get into the pot business?
An assistant studies cannabis leaves in the Maripharma Laboratory in Rotterdam, Netherlands, in 2002.
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Exploring the link between housing and health

by Amy Scott Jun 13, 2018
Kaiser joins other healthcare organizations investing in affordable housing.
Sidney Bond (left) meets with peer recovery specialist Nathan Thomas at Baltimore's Health Care for the Homeless.
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Capping out-of-pocket drug costs for Medicare patients wouldn't lower drug prices

by Dan Gorenstein Apr 30, 2018
Several health economists and policy experts argue until Washington forces drug companies to lower their overall prices, an out-of-pocket Medicare cap is just dabbling at the edges.
A pharmacy technician counts out a prescription of antibiotic pills.
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What happens when a hospital sells its debt?

by Miles Bryan Apr 9, 2018
More hospitals across the country are selling debt from unpaid medical bills to collection agencies.
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What the merger of CVS and Aetna could mean for customers

by Dan Gorenstein Dec 12, 2017
With access to Aetna's 47 million customers, CVS wants to transform its stores into "health care hubs."
A CVS MinuteClinic in north Philadelphia.
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