Christine Blank, Contributing Editor
Multistate Generic Lawsuit Expands and Includes Executives
A multistate antitrust investigation into generic drug pricing has expanded further.
FDA Assists Generic Drugmakers with New Guidances
The FDA is promoting generic competition and issuing new REMS guidance.
Becoming a CDE Can Help Make a Difference
Becoming a CDE Can Help Make a Difference
How becoming a certified diabetes educator can help improve lives.
New Resource Educates about Therapies for DVT
A new resource for patients with deep vein thrombosis aims to educate about interventional therapies.
Anticoagulants Linked to Lower Dementia Risk
Oral anticoagulants are associated with a significant reduction in dementia risk for atrial fibrillation patients.
Pharmacists Busted for Prying into Prince’s Medical Records
Pharmacists Busted for Prying into Prince’s Medical Records
Three pharmacists were caught trying to access the deceased star’s records just days after his death.
FDA Promises Easier Generic Drug Applications
The FDA has issued draft guidances that should ease the way for more generic drugs.
Report: Medicare Biosimilar Changes Could Save Billions
A change in reimbursement policy for biosimilar drugs could save CMS billions.
Newer Anticoagulants May Reduce Intraocular Bleeding
The risk of intraocular bleeding was reduced by one-fifth when using newer anticoagulants versus warfarin in a new study.
Using NOACs Reduces Bleeding Risks
Dual antithrombotic therapy using dabigatran significantly reduces risk of bleeding compared to triple therapy using warfarin.

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