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Opinion: Drug Importation Remains as Bad an Idea as Ever – Inside Sources

Congress could soon greenlight the importation of cheaper prescription drugs from Canada. Drug importation polls well, so pandering politicians have long given lip service to the idea as a way to pretend they’re doing something — no matter how disingenuous — to lower Americans’ drug prices. But the FDA has historically warned against the practice.

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Opinion: Want to Improve Patient Outcomes? Start Thinking Smaller – Inside Sources

According to a recent  American Association for Cancer Research study, there is a surprising and alarmingly steep rise in late-stage colon and rectal cancer in young adults. While we in the medical community aren’t quite sure why colorectal cancer is now affecting those in their 20s and 30s so aggressively, we are committed to helping them. For

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Opinion: Not Much Hope for New Tobacco Director – Inside Sources

It was recently announced that Dr. Brian King would lead the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products. The center’s previous director retired in April, and an acting director is in place until King takes over in July. King is the wrong choice and the FDA needs reforms, especially concerning its funding and regulation of tobacco products. While other centers

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Opinion: Inventing a New Minority – Gregory Hood

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