Lawmakers hear concerns about provisions on drug samples, price increases.
A few areas may see action yet, experts say, even as the Senate has become 'a legislative graveyard.'
Among over 3,000 GI physicians, 99% received at least one payment.
Report cites distinct examples of 'censorship'; but some removed material was overtly political.
But it's unlikely to affect outcome in Texas v. Azar, one expert says.
There is a lesson to be learned from the tobacco industry.
This article was first published on Thursday, May 9, 2019 in MedPage Today.
Extending them for another 3 years isn't enough, physcian associations tell a Senate committee.
MS patients with private insurance paid 20 times more in 2016 vs 2004.
Care intensity greater at teaching hospitals, but sicker patients are the reason