Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness Week closed Friday, but intense talks around the topic and related drug development haven't stopped and probably won't anytime soon.more »
When it comes to how drugs are priced in the U.S., everyone seems to agree on one thing: The system is broken. But before they can fix it, Congress and policymakers need to first understand how it is structured now and where the problems are.
Democrats and Republicans alike expressed disgust at a House oversight hearing Wednesday over Mylan NV’s “disgraceful” Epipen pricing and the unfathomable U.S. system that lets drug and device companies jack up their prices with no justification.
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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which is characterized by obstruction to airflow that interferes with normal breathing, continues to challenge health care systems globally due to its high incidence of morbidity and mortality, imposing an enormous economic burden. This progressive disease, obstructing both large and small airways, results in a considerably impaired pulmonary function, poor quality of life and risk to exacerbate. People with moderate and severe COPD are particularly prone to exacerbations and the frequency of those exacerbations increases with the severity of the disease.
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