In our highly polarized time, the idea that prescription drugs in the U.S. are priced unfairly compared with other countries is a rare issue that draws support from both sides of the aisle.

Novo Nordisk will discontinue its long-acting insulin treatment Levemir in the U.S. by the end of next year, the company announced Wednesday.

The Department of Health and Human Services in a court filing last week said that the blockbuster treatment could be “deselected” from the drug price negotiation list, given the recent approval of Amgen’s Stelara biosimilar.

The U.S. government has requested that a Delaware federal judge deny an AstraZeneca motion for summary judgement in its Inflation Reduction Act case, arguing that the company’s core claims are meritless.

The company’s new integrated solution helps emerging biotech companies ‘nail the narrative’ when it comes to securing investment capital, talent and clinical trial participants.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to recede, the top pharma companies intensified their focus into areas such as cancer and metabolic diseases to build up their pipelines, and their growth prospects, for the future.

Despite filing respective lawsuits challenging the program, AstraZeneca and Bristol Myers Squibb have decided to participate in the first round of price negotiations under the Inflation Reduction Act.

The Chamber of Commerce has asked for a preliminary injunction to halt the program before Oct. 1, the deadline for pharma companies to agree to Medicare negotiations on pricing for the first 10 drugs.

The withdrawal came days after Astellas Pharma’s prostate cancer drug was spared from the first list of drugs that will be subject to Medicare price negotiations.

Monitoring rebates from drugmakers will be critical as provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act are implemented, including drug price negotiations, the Government Accountability Office contends.