More aggressive FTC begins targeting drug mergers and industry middlemen

Led by an aggressive opponent of anti-competitive business practices, the Federal Trade Commission is acting against pharmaceutical companies and industry intermediaries as part of the Biden administration’s push to lower drug prices over the counter. the pharmacy. On May 16, the FTC filed a lawsuit to block the merger of drugmakers Amgen and Horizon Therapeutics, … Read more

UH PREMIER Center Receives Funding to Combat Growing Wave of Opioid Addiction and Deaths

Battling the growing tide of opioid addiction and death, the Prescription Drug Misuse Education and Research Center (PREMIER) at the University of Houston College of Pharmacy has been funded for the next two years by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission in the amount of additional $3.34 million. . The center’s fundamental priority – … Read more

Study reveals molecular mechanisms of dynamic DNMT1 activation by H3Ub2

This study is led by Dr. Na Yang (State Key Laboratory of Medicinal Chemical Biology, College of Pharmacy and Key Laboratory of Medical Data Analysis and Statistical Research of Tianjin, Nankai University) and Dr. Bing Zhu (National Laboratory of Biomacromolecules, CAS Center of Excellence in Biomacromolecules, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences). Dr. Jixue … Read more

When monkeypox reaches rural communities, it comes up against overstretched public health systems

When a case of monkeypox was reported in Humboldt County, Nevada in August, it was the first detected occurrence of the virus in a rural area. Soon, cases were discovered in other rural counties – Nye, Lyon and Elko – posing another hurdle for public health systems that have been weakened by the covid-19 pandemic. … Read more

Discovery could affect the search for new drugs for Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is associated with reduced insulin receptors in brain microvessels, which may contribute to brain insulin resistance and the formation of amyloid plaques, one of the hallmarks of the disease. This is according to a study published today in a scientific journal Brain by a team from Laval University and Rush University Medical Center … Read more

Many children live in homes with leftover prescription drugs, survey finds

Many children are living in homes with unused prescription drugs and expired drugs, according to a new national survey. Nearly half of parents say they have leftover prescription drugs at home, according to the National Child Health Survey from CS Mott Children’s Hospital at University of Michigan Health. Four out of five parents report throwing … Read more

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