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CHPA commits to fighting against onslaught of bills in Hawaii aiming to ban or limit the use of oxybenzone-containing sunscreens, says CEO and President Scott Melville during his address on 2017 priorities during the CHPA Annual Executive Conference in Amelia Island, Fla. March 21.
Biotech says it can complete two FDA-mandated studies by year-end and re-file the NDA rejected three times previously by the US agency. Pain Therapeutics also says it will not attempt to commercialize the abuse-deterrent opioid product without a partner.
J&J says it will work with regulators to position its investigational Ebola Zaire vaccine for use in future outbreaks after publishing impressive Phase I prophylactic data in healthy volunteers.
Trio Health data covering 15,000 patients over three years reveals that 29% of patients failed to start prescribed HCV treatment in 2016, up from 8% in 2104. The "non-starts" appear partially due to denials of coverage by payers and not even the sickest patients have been shielded.
As political pressure on pricing continues to build, Janssen's first-ever transparency report notes average list price increase was 8.5% in 2016; annual pricing parties are no longer 'raves,' Raymond James & Associates says.
Pink Sheet has scoured big pharma annual results presentations to gauge the industry's reactions and concerns around the increasingly tough US drug pricing environment and proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act under the new Trump administration.
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