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Advertising: Think You’re Seeing More Drug Ads on TV? You Are, and Here’s Why

Advertising: Think You’re Seeing More Drug Ads on TV? You Are, and Here’s Why

A commercial for the drug Neulasta, which is taken to aid the growth of white blood cells after chemotherapy.
‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

Workers protesting outside a Teva factory in Jerusalem this month after the company said it would lay off 14,000 employees.
‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

Workers protesting outside a Teva factory in Jerusalem this month after the company said it would lay off 14,000 employees.
‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

Workers protesting outside a Teva factory in Jerusalem this month after the company said it would lay off 14,000 employees.
‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

Workers protesting outside a Teva factory in Jerusalem this month after the company said it would lay off 14,000 employees.
‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

‘Nobody Thought It Would Come to This’: Drug Maker Teva Faces a Crisis

Workers protesting outside a Teva factory in Jerusalem this month after the company said it would lay off 14,000 employees.
Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

A Shanghai chemistry laboratory owned by Hutchison China MediTech, a Hong Kong company that is working with AstraZeneca to develop a drug to treat lung, kidney, gastric and colorectal cancers.
Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

A Shanghai chemistry laboratory owned by Hutchison China MediTech, a Hong Kong company that is working with AstraZeneca to develop a drug to treat lung, kidney, gastric and colorectal cancers.
Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

A Shanghai chemistry laboratory owned by Hutchison China MediTech, a Hong Kong company that is working with AstraZeneca to develop a drug to treat lung, kidney, gastric and colorectal cancers.
Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

A Shanghai chemistry laboratory owned by Hutchison China MediTech, a Hong Kong company that is working with AstraZeneca to develop a drug to treat lung, kidney, gastric and colorectal cancers.
Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs

A Shanghai chemistry laboratory owned by Hutchison China MediTech, a Hong Kong company that is working with AstraZeneca to develop a drug to treat lung, kidney, gastric and colorectal cancers.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Department of Injustice

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Department of Injustice

Jeff Sessions at the Justice Department in December. On Thursday he rescinded an Obama-era policy that had discouraged federal prosecutors from bringing charges of marijuana-related crimes in states
A Heart Risk Factor Even Doctors Know Little About

A Heart Risk Factor Even Doctors Know Little About

Bob Harper, the celebrity fitness trainer from the TV show “The Biggest Loser,” suffered a heart attack last year. He eventually found out the cause was a particle in the blood called lipoprotein(a),
Trump Likes Drug Price Negotiations; His Nominee for Health Secretary Doesn’t

Trump Likes Drug Price Negotiations; His Nominee for Health Secretary Doesn’t

Alex M. Azar II, who worked for six years in the administration of President George W. Bush, is expected to win confirmation to be secretary of health and human services with support from Republicans
Op-Ed Contributor: How to Fight the Opioid Crisis

Op-Ed Contributor: How to Fight the Opioid Crisis

Ambulance workers were able to reivive the 40-year-old woman shown here after she overdosed on opioids in November.