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 •  October 12

Pharmaceutical companies are trying to capture a little bit of the startup magic. Pfizer and several other firms have invested in a small spinoff company that will develop drug therapies for underserved patients. With $103 million in initial funding, SpringWorks Therapeutics will focus at first on therapies for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)...

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 •  October 10

Maryland has permission to go after prescription drug price gouging. A federal judge gave the go-ahead last week. Drug makers had attempted to block the state’s first-in-the-nation law targeting extreme increases in generic drug prices. The ruling adds Maryland to a growing number of states taking action against high drug prices, as Congress lags...

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 •  August 16

To some, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders may seem like a fading memory from the 2016 presidential campaign. However, this summer, Sanders has been front and center in the battle to lower prescription drug prices. Sanders has been pushing two proposals that he says will help slash the skyrocketing costs of pharmaceutical drugs. One proposal would put...

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 •  June 6

There are currently no FDA-approved drugs to treat the core symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). But new findings published in the Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology may help open the door to novel treatment options while shedding light on the underlying causes of ASD. In small phase I/II clinical trial at the University of...

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 •  April 6

What would you rather lose? Your hair or your ability to perform sexually? It may seem like an obvious choice, but some men may be making that decision without even knowing it. A recent study from Northwestern University has highlighted the need for more information about certain popular drugs targeted at male consumers that inadvertently cause...

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 •  February 14

Alternating doses of erythromycin and doxycycline wiped out E. coli bacteria thought to be resistant to both drugs. Finally, there’s some good news about the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Bacteria are developing tolerance to nearly all of the antibiotics in modern medicine’s bag, threatening to plunge us back to a time when common...