Insulin has been available to treat diabetes since 1922, but the first generic insulin was approved just a few weeks ago. Why?
When California’s land use policies keep them from moving to California, they end up living in states that give them a much higher carbon footprint.
Attempts to find “the right balance” are more likely to throw the sunscreen market wildly out of balance.
Despite its exciting potential, esketamine is receiving significantly more attention for being similar to the street drug ketamine.
When treatments are unavailable, and prognoses are fatal, the best chance to prolong life is to consider all remaining options.
With U.S. drug prices among the highest in the world, generics provide significant financial relief for millions using prescription drugs.
The FDA’s efforts to reduce teen vaping rates will likely result in worse health outcomes by prompting teens to switch to smoking cigarettes.
The FDA’s influence in the prescription drug market remains the largest obstacle to deregulation.
Right-to-try will never reach its potential without deregulation.
Recent events indicate an urgent need for researchers and policymakers to relearn the basics.