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Drug shortage costs U.S. $216 million, new study shows

Drug shortages affect patient care and cost the U.S. health care system $216 million annually, according to a new survey of hospitals and hospital pharmacy directors. The study, released today in Wash... read more

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

The shortage goes back at least a decade and shows disturbing ... which did a study in 2013 on the drug shortage, other reasons include a lack of materials to make the drugs, as well as delays in gett... read more

Hepatitis-infected kidneys may be safe new option for transplant

And in the United States, of about a half-million patients who had dialysis for late-stage kidney disease in 2016, only 19,000 received kidney transplants, Eckman said. This is partly due to organ sho... read more

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Bristol-Myers Squibb: 2.4% Dividend, Impressive Pipeline, Approval Coming Soon

Bristol-Myers Squibb ... drug under development" (see pipeline link above), Eliquis sales were $216 million in Q3 2014. This was up 26.3% sequentially. Eliquis has gotten a lot of new approvals in 201... 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 the majority ... which contributes $800 million annually, as of 2008. Together, the ... read more

47,000 acres of Ohi'a impacted by deadly fungus

There’s been a drastic drop in drug supplies in hospitals around Hawaii and across the nation. It’s a shortage that could for months. New study shows patients don't really ... a town in southern Engla... 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 ... United States, refugees seeking a safe haven in the U.S are taking their place. The ... read more

Transcript: Third Presidential Debate

Suddenly we find ourselves with a severe shortage of flu ... and we got attacked, which cost us 1 million jobs. But we acted. I led the Congress. We passed tax relief. And now this economy is growing. ... read more

California Editorial Rdp

You don't have to look any farther than Chico to see that drug addiction is more rampant than ever, too. And shoplifting. And receiving stolen property. And all the other crimes that were reclassified ... read more

Cardiome Pharma's (CRME) CEO William Hunter on Q1 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

On April 30, United Therapeutics announced its plan to acquire our Trevyent licensor SteadyMed Pharmaceuticals in a transaction valued at up to US$216 million. SteadyMed is ... work necessary to resub... 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 of sneaking into the Uni... read more

What will solve the UAE’s healthcare problem?

GPOs in the US ... cost. The Khalifa University study touched on earlier revealed that the benefits of these groups go beyond pure discounts. They can lay down supply chain standards, value analysis, ... read more



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