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Albertsons Touts E-Commerce Expansion Ahead Of Rite Aid Deal

Albertsons plans to expand health and pharmacy “eCommerce offerings” ahead of its merger with Rite Aid.

What Is Medicare For All?

Advocates for “Medicare for All” say Medicare updates the U.S. by “joining the rest of the industrialized world, where health care is universal” and will save money and improve health outcomes. Despite detractors, no expert advocates going back to the …

How This Female Founder Is Making The Healthcare Industry More Accessible

Julia Cheek is the founder and CEO of the at-home lab testing company, EverlyWell. They offer a variety of regulatory-compliant, physician-mediated at-home lab tests with easy-to-understand results. We spoke about her career path and how she is making …

How This Female Founder Is Making The Healthcare Industry More Accessible

Julia Cheek is the founder and CEO of the at-home lab testing company, EverlyWell. They offer a variety of regulatory-compliant, physician-mediated at-home lab tests with easy-to-understand results. We spoke about her career path and how she is making …

Bold Rx-To-OTC Switches On The Horizon? Naloxone, Perhaps

A regulatory framework is in place for additional Rx-to-OTC switches where appropriate, including the opioid overdose antidote naloxone. It is up to sponsors to work with the FDA to deliver more switched products.

How GDPR Will Affect Privacy And Security Standards In US Health Care

GDPR may signal a change in how health care professionals treat patient data.

Why Aren’t Prison Inmates With Hepatitis C Being Treated?

As a matter of general health policy, states should aggressively treat hepatitis C in prisons.

4 Regulations That Would Terrify US Drug Companies Ahead Of The 2018 Midterms

What a strange two months it has been for U.S. pharmaceutical companies. With the future of drug policy unclear, here are four regulations that would terrify American drug makers.

An Aspirin A Day? Not So Fast.

Daily, low-dose aspirin has been shown to reduce the risk of heart attacks and several types of cancer. Now, though, a new study shows that a one-dose-fits-all regimen doesn’t work for everyone. People who weigh over 70 kg (154 lbs) should reconsider t…

Biotech Entrepreneur, 29, Raises $32 Million To Use AI To Develop Drugs For Parkinson’s, ALS

Alice Zhang was a graduate student at UCLA when she decided that there was a tremendous opportunity to speed up the process of drug development. “We could start taking the guesswork out of drug discovery.”

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