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Sanofi to cut U.S. insulin costs for some patients to $99 per month

Sanofi SA will cut the cost of the company’s insulin products to $99 per month for uninsured patients and others who pay cash for the medicine in the United States, as the French drugmaker contends with intense criticism over the high price of the life-sustaining diabetes medication.

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Sanofi and Regeneron cutting list price of cholesterol drug by 60 percent

Sanofi SA and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. will slash the U.S. list price of the companies’ potent but expensive cholesterol fighter Praluent by 60 percent.

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Cost keeps many diabetics from taking needed insulin

The cost of insulin prevents many people with diabetes from taking it as directed, a small survey suggests.

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Why Does Immunotherapy Cost So Much?

Immunotherapy – reprogramming the immune system to attack cancer cells – is a rapidly growing and promising field in cancer research and treatment.

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PTC’s SMA drug shows promise in two studies

PTC Therapeutics announced interim data from part 1 of the company’s open-label clinical trials of risdiplam (RG7916) for Type 1, 2 and 3 spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).

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Gilead to launch generic hepatitis drugs

Gilead Sciences Inc. plans to launch generic versions of the company’s hepatitis C drugs in the United States, at a time when regulators are looking to lower healthcare costs.

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U.S. regulator approves Teva migraine drug, shares rise

Shares of Israeli drugmaker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries rose more than 5 percent after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the company’s new migraine treatment.

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Novartis wins EU approval for blood cancer therapy Kymriah

Novartis received European approval for Kymriah, the Swiss drugmaker’s gene-modifying therapy for blood cancer.

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U.S. health secretary says agency has power to eliminate drug rebates

U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said it was within his agency’s power to eliminate rebates on prescription drug purchases, a key element of the Trump administration’s plan to lower prescription medicine costs.

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Amicus receives U.S. approval for Fabry disease drug

U.S. health regulators approved Amicus Therapeutics’ Galafold as the first oral therapy to treat Fabry disease, a rare and sometimes fatal condition.

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