Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) is trying to win over House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on his drug price bill. Grassley said Tuesday he wants to persuade Pelosi to support his bill, which he argues is the only one that can pass the Republican-controlled Senate. (CNBC)

A large study showed no clear link between talc and ovarian cancer. The study found the women who used talc products had an 8% increased risk of developing cancer, but the researchers said that was not statistically significant. (Reuters)

A look at some health gadgets that debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show. A wristband that stops you from eating certain junk food based on DNA samples and Samsung’s new slate of health and fitness content for its smart TVs were featured at CES today. (Associated Press)

A conservative political group also launched a campaign to support Senator Grassley’s drug price bill. The group, American Action Network, launched a $4 million advertising campaign this week, urging people to support Grassley’s bill over Pelosi’s. (STAT)

Insulin drugmakers began offering assistance to patients who can’t afford the treatment. Two top insulin makers, Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly, separately began offering more assistance to patients. Insulin has become the political poster child for high drug prices. (MarketWatch)