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 •  July 24

AbbVie was ordered to pay $150 million to an Oregon man who accused the drugmaker of hiding the heart-attack risks of its AndroGel testosterone booster, a loss for the company in the first case to be weighed by jurors over what was once one of its top-selling products. AbbVie misled Jesse Mitchell and his doctor about AndroGel's propensity for...

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 •  February 14

By Joe Nocera One of my goals when I joined Bloomberg View a month ago was to dive into the contentious subject of drug pricing. I'd like to explain to readers why the pharmaceutical companies have been raising prices so relentlessly these past half-dozen years, even as the practice has become a huge issue on Capitol Hill and in the country. My...

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 •  February 14

SALEM -- The House has voted to make Oregon the latest state to give dying patients a right to try experimental medical treatments that haven't been approved by government regulators. The House unanimously backed the bill on Tuesday, sending it to the Senate. The "right to try" bill would allow patients to ask drugmakers for access to experimental...