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Congress and regulators slow to respond to drug pricing and shortage problem

The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill Hospitals, doctors, and their patients are confronting two related drug access problems that should be unimaginable in Am... read more

Drugmaker under fire for taxpayer-funded cancer drug that costs $129,269 a year

Despite its considerable power, the National Institutes of Health has declined five petitions requesting its march-in rights be used as an antidote to high drug prices or shortage problems ... the let... read more

Overnight Health Care — Sponsored by PCMA — New details on Trump's drug pricing plan

New details on Trump's drug pricing plan. Secretary of Health and Human Services ... Azar didn't have a definitive answer when he was asked what drugs could shift, but the list could be substantial. T... read more

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Drug shortages hit an all-time high

The only problem? Doxil wasn’t available. It is one of the drugs on the drug shortage ... or price gouging in these essential drug markets.” President Obama did sign an executive order this past Octob... read more


Pharma group punches back on drug prices as pressure rises

It was in response to a new charge related to the securities fraud case... "I worry that we take progress for granted and investors can move to places with less regulatory ... Congress this year for t... read more

The solutions to America's drug cost dilemma (and why they won't happen)

Congress has been grilling drug company executives over their big price hikes. Democratic presidential nominee ... He served as managing editor of Modern Healthcare from 2013 to 2015. His more than th... read more

FDA partly to blame in EpiPen price debacle

A major problem ... drugs already sold in countries with regulatory systems comparable to our own." The FDA already eases approval of some imports if it is to alleviate a drug shortage. Little to noth... read more

GPOs fuel drug shortages [Commentary]

Most of the nearly 300 drugs in short supply are sterile injectables, including chemotherapy agents, antibiotics, medications for anesthesia and pain relief and intravenous nutrients. Prices ... arm o... read more

Rick Harrison opens up about his journey to 'Pawn Stars'

those prices have gone down over the past 20 years because you have capitalism working there. There's a million other things, too with medical care, you have tort laws where everybody is suing everybo... read more

FCC effort to regulate internet ignores history of past failures

Instead, they become the product of lobbying by interested parties ranging from companies to public interest groups to Congress ... regulatory snowball will transfer wealth among the existing companie... read more

Local plant suspends production of nerve gas antidote

With federal regulators spending ... from at least one member of Congress, who has voiced concerns that the company — whose manufacturing and packaging plants in two St. Louis suburbs employ about 300 ... read more

President Trump: Competition Is the Solution to High Drug Prices

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval process is currently too slow, too costly, and too precautionary. This induces caution in drug companies, who constrict their development pipelines to l... read more



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