The U.S. has a history of bad health and medical policies.
Patients want to know that they will be able to receive the medicines they need.
Four-fifths of new drugs and most medical devices approved by the FDA originated from inventions solely created by companies.
The third-party payer system creates a wedge between the doctor and patient, straining the relationship.
Miami-Dade County is now home to the highest rate of HIV infection in the United States.
Successful management of compounding pharmacies requires deep knowledge about how compounding pharmacies operate
Legislative and regulatory decisions yet to be made could unnecessarily compromise the market for biosimilars before it even gets off the ground.
Guns are second only to automobile crashes as a cause of death for young people ages 1-24.
35 million Americans in 2014 did not take their medicine because they could not afford it.
The cuts will continue stifling a critical program that boasts a 90 percent satisfaction rate.