U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy told CNBC he was "deeply disturbed" when he heard about Mylan's price increase of its device EpiPen. » Read More
There's a case for applying laws against profiteering to the drug industry, Dr. Joshua Sharfstein tells CNBC.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued emergency authorization for a Zika diagnostics test from Swiss drugmaker Roche.
Mylan said it will launch its first generic version of the EpiPen auto injector at a list price of $300 per two-pack carton.
Singapore has confirmed 56 cases of locally transmitted Zika virus infection, while ramping up health screenings and mosquito control efforts.
Alere fell 3 percent after it sued Abbott to compel it to get all antitrust approvals required to complete its $5.8 billion merger.
The Food and Drug Administration wants all U.S. blood banks to start screening for Zika virus.
Mylan is trying to win over critics by issuing coupons to help consumers pay for its high-priced EpiPen. Don't be fooled, says Vox writer Sarah Kliff.
Wall Street likes health care despite its vulnerability to political headwinds and underperformance this year.
Obamacare rates are 7 percent less in states with greater Medicaid eligibility, a new analysis says.
Mylan has raised the price of EpiPens more than 400 percent in recent years. The medicine inside costs $1.
CNBC's Jim Cramer fired back Thursday on comments from Mylan CEO Heather Bresch about pricing of the auto-injection device EpiPen.
Under pressure, Mylan plans to boost access to its EpiPen Auto-Injector by expanding existing programs for patients who are facing higher costs.
Pharmaceutical company Mylan has reduced the cost of EpiPens for some people — but at the end of the day, its CEO told CNBC she has a business to run.
Should you buy long-term-care insurance? That's the question for workers nearing retirement. The cost of coverage and care is rising.
Price increases on life-saving EpiPens have parents outraged — but the CEO of the company that makes them said no one's more frustrated than her.
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