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Pharmacy robberies sweeping US
A wave of pharmacy robberies is sweeping the United States as desperate addicts and ruthless dealers turn to violence...
Hospital Drug Shortages Reach 10-Year High
A dearth of chemotherapy, sedation, and pain relief medications is endangering patient safety and adding millions of...
Novartis, physicians foster ethical relationship
When drug maker Novartis AG tapped a Massachusetts General Hospital cardiologist to run its global research...
AT&T, Vitality offer wireless pill caps
AT&T announced that it will be partnering with Vitality to sell Vitality GlowCaps on Amazon.com. The AT&T...
Coupons for patients, but higher bills for insurers
With drug prices rising and many people out of work, pharmaceutical companies are increasingly helping patients with...
So young and so many pills
These days, the medicine cabinet is truly a family affair. More than a quarter of U.S. kids and teens are taking a...
Drug Maker to Settle Kickback, Off-Label Allegations for $41M
Kos Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Abbott Laboratories, will pay more than $41 million to resolve criminal and civil...
Web Exclusive: Pharmacist-Physician Collaboration Improves Outcomes
Two studies indicate that adding pharmacists to the primary care team for joint care management increases medical...
Web Exclusive: About My Job: The Pharmacist
A male reader writes: I'm a full time pharmacist in a smallish community hospital. What people think about my...
What to tell patients when trials go awry
Joel Ross, MD, the founder/CEO of the Memory Enhancement Centers of New Jersey, makes his living enrolling subjects in...