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Opioid drugs are generally cheap while safer alternatives are often more expensive, ProPublica reports.
Shkreli, 34, will stay in the Metropolitan Detention Center until he is sentenced Jan. 16 for several securities fraud convictions.
Halozyme CEO Dr. Helen Torley speaks with CNBC's Meg Tirrell about the company using technology that makes it easier for patients to take medicine.
Martin Shkreli was jailed by a judge angry about his offer of $5,000 to Facebook followers to collect samples of Hillary Clinton's hair.
At least 30-percent of depressed patients don't respond to any of the current drugs on the market. Scientists are hopeful these party drugs may help.
Researchers are testing MDMA, known as ecstasy, to treat depression in people who do not respond to current antidepression drugs.
Prosecutors said Shkreli is a "danger to the community" because of alleged threats he made against Clinton and other women online.
Prosecutors say Shkreli is a "danger to the community" because of alleged threats he made against Clinton and other women online.
The company will cut around 620 of its 3,100 full-time employees.
Trump's own opioid commission pushed for a national emergency declaration, USA Today reports.
Janssen Sciences Ireland said Monday it would discontinue further development of the investigational hepatitis C treatment regimen JNJ-4178.
Roche shares tumbled on Monday following news of the failure of trials for its skin cancer treatment Zelboraf.
Allergan transferred patents for its eye drug Restasis to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe, which then granted it back an exclusive license.
The motion comes a month after a federal court jury in Brooklyn found the "Pharma bro" guilty of three counts related to securities fraud.
That stunning revelation is contained in a warning letter the FDA sent to the division of drug giant Pfizer, which makes EpiPens for Mylan.
Eli Lilly said on Thursday it would lay off about 8 percent of its employees to focus on developing new medicines and cut costs.
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