Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle and wellness brand Goop is coming to Netflix. The six-episode series will be released later this month. Goop has faced scrutiny in the past for selling pseudo-wellness products. (NBC News)

Juul’s CFO will lead the company’s restructuring. Guy Cartwright, who became Juul’s CFO in October, will become the company’s chief transformation officer. The e-cigarette maker hopes to save $1 billion with the restructuring. (CNBC)

Merck’s Keytruda had mixed results in a late-stage lung cancer trial. The treatment showed improvement in progression-free survival over chemotherapy, but less significant improvement in overall survival. (Seeking Alpha)

GlaxoSmithKline’s two-drug treatment is struggling in the HIV market. GSK’s treatment, Dovato, is still lagging in prescriptions behind its rival Gilead’s Biktarvy. The company is working to convince doctors that a two-drug regimen is better for patients. (BioPharma Dive)

Resident physician Dr. Joanna Haight is the new face of the American doctor. The 28-year-old is half-Caucasian and half-Filipino, speaks three languages, is active on social media and has volunteered at medical institutions for years. Will marketers adjust their appeals to accommodate her and the thousands of new doctors who look like her? (MM&M)