Sledgehammer-Wielding Suspects Arrested for Pharmacy Break-Ins
A series of peculiar pharmacy burglaries piqued the attention of DEA Task Force agents when video surveillance captured suspects busting through a pharmacy wall using a sledgehammer.
CDC Recommends 2-Dose HPV Vaccine Series for Preteens
The CDC is now recommending a 2-dose series of the HPV vaccination, rather than the previously recommended 3 doses, in children 11 to 12 years of age.
Sugary Drinks and Cancer Survivors Who Consume Them
Recent findings suggest the implementation of intervention programs that target young males of a lower socio-economic status, non-cancer and cancer survivors, and cervical cancer survivors to help reduce the consumption of sugary drinks and added sugar.
Napo Launches Mytesi for Diarrhea Treatment in HIV Patients
Napo has launched Mytesi, (crofelemer) for the treatment of diarrhea in patients with HIV.
CMS Seeks to Increase Affordable Care Act Enrollment
Each year, the federal government implements certain strategies to increase enrollment in Affordable Care Act health plans.
10 Individuals Charged in Prescription Compounding Drug Scheme
Ten defendants were charged in a 35-count superseding indictment in connection with their involvement in a $100-million health care fraud conspiracy against TRICARE.
FDA Approves Carnexiv Injection as Short-Term Replacement Treatment for Oral Carbamazepine
The FDA has approved Lundbeck’s Carnexiv, also known as carbamazepine, as a short-term (≤7 days) intravenous replacement treatment for adults with certain seizure types who cannot take the oral form of carbamazepine.
Launch Misalignment and the Anticipated Mail-Order Pharmacy Market Shift
The mail-order pharmacy marketplace has significantly changed since the year 2000.