Prescription drug companies could be forced to divulge development costs for their products in Oregon under a proposal advancing in the state House. Drug companies would be required to disclose the costs for developing, manufacturing, marketing and distributing their most expensive
Schenectady County, New York, is on track to pay 20 percent less on prescription drugs for its employees this year than in 2003. Flagler County, Florida, expects to save nearly $200,000 in 2017 on brand-name medicines for its 800 workers, its
Molly MacDonald was transitioning to a new job in 2005 when she was hit with some unexpected news: She had breast cancer, and would have to undergo operations and radiation treatments, stat. Thankfully, the disease was caught at an early stage.