Drug Information

First Drug with an Ingestible Sensor Approved

The FDA has approved Abilify MyCite (Otsuka), tablets of aripiprazole embedded with an ingestible sensor that can

Hey, Amazon: As a pharmacy benefit manager, you could create real competition for drug prices

T wo immense problems plague the prescription drug marketplace: The costs of prescription drugs are spiraling out

Pregnant woman got no information on drug linked to birth defects

Department of Health officials are to contact the State drugs regulator about the failure of pharmacies to

Drug abuse leads to kids going into foster care, adoption

ROANOKE COUNTY – Many kids are ending up in foster care because of drugs, and it’s a growing

Drug for UBC student’s rare blood disorder covered in other provinces

There are growing calls for the B.C. government to fund a drug that could save a young

Authorities: Drug suspect has 5 aliases and had been deported at least twice

A Tewksbury man arrested last week with a six-figure drug stash in the same apartment as a

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