Ebola lands in the US; CMS's Open Payments database shows docs received $3.5 billion in last five months of 2013; Endo pays over $400 million to settle vaginal mesh suits.
Shire pays $56-million fine to resolve improper ADHD marketing claims; FDA updates Chantix labeling to reflect new safety studies; GSK names new chairman.
Two FDA guidance documents on how health product manufacturers may participate in social media have each drawn criticism from affected industry and consumer groups.
The Treasury announced Monday it would eliminate certain techniques companies use to facilitate so-called tax inversions, which a number of drug companies have undertaken in the past six months.
Treasury Department takes action against corporate tax inversions; CDC pegs Ebola worst case scenario at 1.4 million infected by new year; NIH allocates $10 million in grants to increase female clinical trials.
The Office of Prescription Drug Promotion took aim at Cipher Pharmaceuticals and its marketer Kowa, in an Untitled Letter over an e-mail alert making what it said were unsubstantiated assertions.
An FDA advisory panel voted overwhelmingly against the use of testosterone-replacement drugs for "low-T" Wednesday, saying the label should narrow and that more safety information is needed.
FDA panel votes overwhelmingly against Low-T drugs; Stenda approved for fast-acting ED treatment; and Bayer hones life-sci focus, spins off material sciences business.
The designation is for diabetic retinopathy for patients with diabetic macular edema.
NY's attorney general alleges that a formulation switch is an attempt to create monopoly.
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