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MSN | February 25, 2020
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma launched an ad campaign Monday to tell people harmed by their powerful prescription opioid where they can file claims against the company. The $23.8 million campaign is part of Purdue's bankruptcy proceedings as it tries to resolve close to 3,000 lawsuits over its role in the opioid crisis. Notifying people who may have claims against a company is a standard part of a bankruptcy case. But Purdue’s efforts —worked out with input from a committee of cr...
PR Newswire | February 03, 2020
Angelini Pharma Inc. U.S., an international healthcare company headquartered in Maryland, is tackling the epidemic of healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs) with their new line of infection prevention products. HAIs continue to cause preventable complications and poor patient outcomes. HAIs cause more patient deaths every year than breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer. With Angelini's new portfolio, designed to be used across the care continuum, they are addressing the "why" behi...
STAT | January 28, 2020
Money talks in Washington, D.C., and no sector of the economy speaks more loudly than the pharmaceutical and biotech industry. Its flow of cash has fostered an epidemic of medication overload. Over the past five years, pharma has spent about $1.2 billion lobbying federal lawmakers, far more than any other industry. The industry has massive influence over public policy, much of it devoted in recent months to hindering legislative efforts to lower drug prices. In addition to keeping prices high, t...
Pfizer | December 29, 2020
After a changed, quick spreading variation of COVID-19 in the U.K. disturbed worldwide travel throughout the end of the week, an upsetting inquiry arose: Will the new antibodies from Pfizer and Moderna neutralize this startling new strain of the infection?
Presently the two organizations, alongside Pfizer's COVID-19 accomplice BioNTech, are racing to quiet an apprehensive public. They're dispatching new investigations intended to demonstrate their mRNA-based shots will fig...
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