Executives from some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies met with President Trump to discuss the timeline of a coronavirus vaccine.
All eyes were on Oklahoma last week, when the first case in a flood of litigation against opioid drug manufacturers began Tuesday.
Headlines proclaimed a potential game changer in treating cardiovascular disease—Vascepa—and company shares quickly soared, but the study behind the claim remains a mystery.
On October 24th, President Trump signed a package of bills designed to confront and combat the nation’s opioid epidemic. On November 2nd, the FDA approved Dsuvia.
Of the fifty most influential people innovating healthcare named by Time Magazine, those with ties to biopharma make up a large percentage.