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CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $ 345 billion over seven years but stifle innovation of new treatments and cures, according to a new analysis from the Congressional Budget Office. Democrats are likely to use the findings, from an initial report from the… Read More »

Sacklers vs. States: Settlement Talks Stumble Over Foreign Business

Purdue Pharma’s negotiations to settle thousands of lawsuits over the company’s role in the opioids crisis have turned into a standoff between members of the Sackler family, who own the company, and a group of state attorneys general over how much the family should pay and whether it can continue selling drugs abroad. The Sacklers… Read More »

UCLA Bruins rave over nutrition, sleep and recovery program – Los Angeles Times

Chase Griffin doesn’t need his heart rate monitored or hydration level checked to know that his coach’s sports science program is working. All he has to do is wake up. “I feel fresh and renewed every morning,” the UCLA freshman quarterback said Saturday. Coach Chip Kelly is as guarded about his sports science program as… Read More »