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U.S. state lawsuits against Purdue Pharma over opioid epidemic mount

Litigation against OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP intensified as six more U.S. states announced lawsuits.

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Justice Department seeks role in opioid settlement talks

The U.S. Justice Department sought court permission to participate in settlement negotiations aimed at resolving lawsuits by state and local governments against opioid manufacturers and distributors.

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Opioids no better than NSAIDs for chronic back or arthritis pain

Acetaminophen, ibuprofen and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are better than opioids at easing the intensity of chronic pain in the back, knees or hips, a U.S. experiment suggests.

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U.S. seeks time to consider joining opioid litigation

The U.S. Justice Department asked a federal judge overseeing hundreds of lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors to give it 30 days to decide whether to participate in the litigation.

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Trump urges lawsuit against opioid companies, tougher sentences for dealers

U.S. President Donald Trump called for a federal lawsuit against opioid companies and stiffer penalties for drug dealers, arguing that the government must take a strong approach to combat an opioid addiction epidemic.

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Indivior bets on $1 billion anti-addiction shot as legal bill weighs

Britain’s Indivior is launching a new weapon to fight the U.S. opioid crisis this month, but high hopes for its once-monthly injection were offset on Thursday by the need to set aside more cash for legal disputes.

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Opioid makers paid millions to advocacy groups: U.S. Senate report

Five opioid manufacturers including OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP paid more than $10 million to advocacy groups and doctors tied to them, many of whom amplified industry messages supporting the use of the painkillers, a U.S. Senate report.

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OxyContin maker stops promoting opioids

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP has cut its sales force in half and will stop promoting opioids to physicians, following widespread criticism of the ways that drugmakers market addictive painkillers.

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Maryland sues Insys to enforce subpoena in opioid probe

Maryland’s attorney general filed a lawsuit seeking to enforce a subpoena the state sent Insys Therapeutics Inc. as part of a probe into allegations the drugmaker deceptively marketed a fentanyl-based cancer pain medicine.

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U.S. FDA approves Gilead triple HIV drug

The FDA approved Biktarvy, Gilead’s once-daily, triple-combo tablet for treating HIV infection, paving the way for the biotech company to capture more of the multibillion-dollar HIV drug market.

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Outcome Health Launches Flu Awareness Campaign

Outcome Health launched a flu education campaign across its platform to help patients understand the risk of contracting the flu and how to take precautionary measures.

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Director of CDC resigns over financial conflicts: officials

Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald resigned her post as director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention over financial conflicts of interest, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said.

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FDA asks drugmakers to limit amount of opioid drug in packaging

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is asking manufacturers of a common opioid medicine to change the way the drug is packaged, as part of efforts to deter its abuse amid an opioid epidemic in the United States.

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Flu deaths may be less likely with annual vaccination

Seniors who get a flu shot every year are less likely to be hospitalized with severe influenza infections or to die from them than those who get vaccinated only sporadically, a study suggests.

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CDC director urges flu vaccinations as pediatric deaths mount

CDC Director Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald urged Americans to get flu shots amid one of the most severe flu seasons in years.

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U.S. Senate committee advances Azar nomination as health secretary

A U.S. Senate committee voted to move forward the nomination of Alex Azar, a former drug industry executive and lobbyist whom President Donald Trump has tapped to be the next secretary of Health and Human Services.

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GSK receives FDA approval for expanded indication for Fludriarix Quavalent for persons 6 months and older

GSK announced it received approval from the U.S. FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research expanding the indication for FLUARIX QUADRIVALENT (Influenza Vaccine) to include use in persons 6 months and older.

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U.S. subpoenas Endo for info on opioid painkillers

Endo International received a grand jury subpoena from federal prosecutors in Miami seeking documents related to drugs it produces that contain oxymorphone.

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China: U.S. should do more to cut opioid demand

The United States should take action to reduce demand for the drugs fueling its deadly opioid crisis, a top Chinese drug control official said.

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U.S. life expectancy fell in 2016 as opioid overdoses surged: CDC

Life expectancy in the United States dipped in 2016 as the number of deaths due to opioid drug overdoses surged and total drug overdose deaths rose 21 percent to 63,600, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

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