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Women and Adolescent Girls Face Barriers Accessing Contraceptives – Even in Blue States Like California
States dedicated to ensuring women receive the care they need should fix existing gaps in contraceptive access.
It’s Time to Let Pharmacists Prescribe COVID-Fighting Pills Like Paxlovid
To reduce hospitalization and death, pharmacists should have the same prescribing abilities as doctors for COVID anti-viral drugs Paxlovid and Lagevrio, USC School of Pharmacy
Dean Vassilios Papadopoulos writes in a new MarketWatch op-ed.
The Unequal Causes and Costs of Dementia
Dementia and its costs aren’t equally borne by all populations. Studies indicate that, compared to older non-Hispanic white adults, older Black adults are about twice as likely to have dementia, and older Hispanic adults about one and one-half times as likely.
U.S. Consumers Overpay for Generic Drugs
Tactics used by intermediaries in the pharmaceutical distribution system, including pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) and insurers, are costing patients, employers and the government billions for what should be inexpensive medicines.
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