When Opium Was For Newborns And Bayer Sold Heroin
There was a time when mothers gave their babies opium, people bought hallucinogens at the local bar, and anxious patriots sent hypodermic needles and cocaine to soldiers as a present. It was called The Great Binge, and it's probably wrong to feel sad that it's over.
Bayer is suing a whole continent for saving the bees?
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Pharmaceutical CEO: Cancer Drug Is Only For Westerners Who Can Afford It
This post unintentionally included a misquote of Dekkers that first appeared in a Bloomberg story we cited. We have corrected the post with the accurate quote, which was first pointed out by the…
16x9 - Bitter Pill: Side effects of Fluoroquinolones
Some people claim a class of antibiotics called Fluoroquinolones has left them suffering from unusual and debilitating side effects. And they say, they were ...
Essure birth control: Thousands of women reporting severe medical reactions to Essure
Thousands of women are posting their experiences with Essure birth control online, including a dozen women in the Valley, who told us their stories.
Pharmaceutical chief tries to stop India replicating its treatment
We didn't make this medicine for Indians… we made it for western patients who can afford it': Pharmaceutical chief tries to stop India replicating its cancer treatment
'We didn't make this medicine for Indians. We made it for western patients who can afford it."
Nice. The CEO of Bayer diplomatically explains why he is trying to keep Bayer's drug Nexavar away from impoverished cancer patients.
Bayer faces ABPI audit after "shocking" Levitra error
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A whistle-blower lawsuit against Bayer A.G. alleging it knowingly sold an unsafe drug to the Department of Defense can proceed based on the precision of its allegations, an appeals court has ruled.