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Drug Shortage in the U.S. May Pose Deadly Problem for Patients

The situation is pressuring U.S. hospitals to pay at least $230 million ... which did a study in 2013 on the drug shortage, other reasons include a lack of materials to make the drugs, as well as dela... read more

U.S. efforts to boost number of primary care doctors have failed

(HealthDay)—Amid signs of a growing shortage of primary care physicians in the United States, a new study shows that ... and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which contributes $800 million ann... read more

Amarin: REDUCE-IT And Debt Analysis Confirm That The Current Share Price Is An Opportunity

This study is designed to evaluate the efficacy of Vascepa in reducing major cardiovascular events in a high risk patient population already on statin therapy. The U.S. population for the MARINE indic... read more

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Joplin area lacks key opioid treatment option

Study after study shows that opioid users are less likely to die ... According to some estimates, establishing a new treatment facility costs $2 million. Williams says he isn’t expecting state lawmake... read more


Dow 30 Stock Roundup: Boeing Wins $9.2B Pilot Training Deal, Intel Keeps '18 View

Despite imposing fresh tariffs, the U.S. government kept the rate at ... a global head-to-head phase III ARCHER 1050 study. The study evaluated dacomitinib (n=227) versus AstraZeneca’s AZN lung cancer ... read more

Even as Trump tightens immigration, Lincoln situation shows U.S. labor shortage is becoming a crisis

It's a dynamic playing out across the U.S. By 2020, the private sector will be facing a shortage of 7.5 million workers, said Ali Noorani, of the National Immigration Forum, a Washington-based think t... read more

Adamis And Novartis: Gunning For Mylan's EpiPen

Upcoming catalysts include the commercialization launch of Symjepi in the U.S. with Novartis' generic drug division Sandoz ... but an affirming study nonetheless that shows more than 1 in 10 people ma... read more

East Africa: Global Fund Gives Kenya U.S.$345 Million for HIV-Aids Fight

In the next few weeks, Kenya will be signing a $345 million grant agreement with ... is a zero-sum game), recent research shows that treatment by itself plays a significant role in prevention. A 2010 ... read more

Trump touts border wall, but there's a hole

According to a study published last year by the research division of the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. border is more secure than ever, and the cost and difficulty ... the number of new ar... read more

CNN International World Business This Week

After three months of turbulent talks, the U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer won the battle to buy Warner-Lambert, agreeing to pay more than $90 billion in stock. The merger will create the world's sec... read more

Former Addict: What Indiana Can Learn From New York About Needle Exchanges

Every one of these infections was utterly preventable — and each will cost, on average, $426,964, a total of nearly $34 million ... Similarly in the U.S., again, as far back as 1988, a study by the Ne... read more

Have You Eaten Your Last Avocado?

Back in the late ’90s, when California was selling about 500 million pounds of avocados a year across the country, the U.S ... be cost,” Wolk says. “Now it’s availability.” Ken Melban, the director of ... read more



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