Tag Archives: PhRMA

Report says US hospitals still marking up drug prices by 500%. This must stop, and China’s got the right answer.

The News: Hospitals markup medicine prices, on average, nearly 500%, according to a new analysis from the Moran Company that was commissioned by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). The… Read more »

FDA’s Gottlieb continues to amaze, turning agency into pharma-friendly ally.

The News: The US Food and Drug Administration on Monday (October 2, 2017) announced a series of measures designed to speed to market generic versions of complex drugs such as… Read more »

Senators seek probe of Allergan’s patent sale to Mohawk Tribe; could Tesla do the same with its battery patents?

The News: Four senators are demanding an investigation of Allergan PLC’s (Dublin IRL) first-of-a-kind patent deal with the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe, alleging the move to protect Restasis is another… Read more »

Senate confirms Gottlieb as FDA chief; former FDA tour, industry ties signal solid choice despite Dems’ jabs

The News: The US Senate voted 57 to 42 on Tuesday (May 9, 2017) to confirm Scott Gottlieb, MD, as Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner. Gottlieb, who was nominated by… Read more »