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OxyContin Billionaire Patents New Drug for Opioid Treatment
Richard Sackler made billions convincing Americans that OxyContin wasn’t addictive. Now, he’s going to make millions selling them addiction treatment.
Tom Price Bought Pharma Stocks — Then Lobbied for the Industry in Australia
The Health secretary’s blatant corruption grows even more blatant.
Trump Meets Big-Pharma CEOs, Then Seems to Flip-flop on Negotiating Drug Prices
On the campaign trail he mocked the lobbyists. Today he sounded like one.
Why Cory Booker’s Midnight Vote on Drug Importation Is Getting So Much Attention
To the alarm of progressives, he is apparently bending to the interests of wealthy donors even as he is rising to Democratic stardom.
Trump Tanks Pharma Stocks With Sudden Threat to Fight High Drug Prices
In his first press conference, he revived a nearly forgotten plan to authorize government negotiations on pharmaceutical prices.