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OxyContin maker Purdue reaches plea deal in opioid probe

Purdue Pharma LP agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges over the handling of the company’s addictive prescription opioid OxyContin, in a deal with U.S. prosecutors that effectively sidestepped paying billions of dollars in penalties and stopped short of criminally charging its executives or wealthy Sackler family owners.

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Covid-19: U.S. Northeast states discourage travel; California rebuffs theme parks

New York, New Jersey and Connecticut urged their residents to not travel between the three states as the U.S. Northeast sees a rise in Covid-19 cases, while California said major theme parks including Disneyland would not be opening anytime soon.

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U.S. reports about 300,000 more deaths than usual during pandemic: CDC

Nearly 300,000 more people have died in the United States in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic than expected based on historical trends, with about two-thirds of the deaths due to Covid-19 illnesses, according to a report.

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Aptinyx Jumps Following Positive Phase II PTSD Study Results

Aptinyx Jumps Following Positive Phase II PTSD Study Results Published: Oct. 20, 2020 By Alex Keown BioSpace   Shares of Aptinyx skyrocketed more than 75% after the company reported its mid-stage experimental treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder demonstrated clinically meaningful and statistically significant results that will set up a pivotal study next year. This morning, […]

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UK Government Plans Human Covid-19 Challenge Trials with CRO

The UK government’s Covid-19 Vaccine Taskforce and the contract research company Open Orphan announced a $13 million (£10 million) plan to test investigational vaccines in volunteers who are then intentionally exposed to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19.