Three-quarters of Americans say kids should be vaccinated, even if parents object. In a Reuters poll, 85% also said all children should be required to get vaccinated unless there was a medical reason not to. Less than 4% believed that the measles vaccine was unsafe. (Reuters)

Sales for the first FDA-approved, cannabis-derived drug beat expectations. In Q1, GW Pharma’s CBD drug Epidiolex posted $33.5 million in U.S. net sales, double the market expectations of $16 million. The company also said Epidiolex succeeded in a late-stage trial to expand its market. (BioPharma Dive)

Allergan’s CEO said the company plans “decisive action” in response to falling revenues. First-quarter revenue at the company fell 2%. But CEO Brent Saunders provided few details of a turnaround plan. (BioPharma Dive)

California cited distributor Cardinal Health for sending controlled substances including opioids to a dead pharmacist. The state pharmacy board said such shipments were accepted by someone other than the pharmacist, and it claims that Cardinal failed to provide proper oversight. (STAT)

The MM&M Transforming Healthcare conference takes place today. Follow along on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, and join the conversation using #MMMTransformingHealthcare. Also be sure to check our website for conference coverage throughout the day. (MM&M)