"Insulin should not drain your bank account," Gavin Newsom tweeted after announcing California is working on a plan to produce the life-saving hormone.
The first FDA-approved weight loss drug since 2014 will not be available to consumers due to manufacturing and delivery issues.
COVID pills could help reduce strains on hospitals, but it may require some Americans to weigh the risks of COVID-19 against the risk of the pill.
"I'm committed to using every tool I have to lower prescription drug costs for Americans...," the president said Monday.
Former Fox News contributor Stacey Dash opened up about her drug addiction in an interview on "The Dr. Oz Show."
Democrats have to decide whether they're going to stand up for the American people by advancing legislation to meaningfully lower drug prices, or fold to Big Pharma lobbying pressure and hand power back to the Republicans for the foreseeable future.
We need to stop treating psychedelics as illicit recreational drugs and go back to looking at them in the same way we did before the war on drugs started.
McKinsey and Co. agreed to pay nearly $600 million to almost every state and five U.S. territories over its involvement with drug makers in the sale of opioids.
"Drug companies will set a price at whatever the market will bear. The prices have put a squeeze on too many people's families," Biden said on Thursday.
"If we were trying to bring in drugs from some country that wasn't reputable, I wouldn't want to go down that road either, but Canada has the same drugs," Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said.
CNN sports reporter Andy Scholes apologized on social media Tuesday after saying that he was "not entirely surprised" that golfer Tiger Woods was involved in a serious car crash.
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bob Casey (D-Pa.) have launched an investigation into the United States Postal Service delaying deliveries of potentially life-saving medications.
The pandemic has once again shined a bright spotlight on the vexing problem of rising drug prices.
The Trump administration is claiming it has no authority over drug prices, including the one every single American needs urgently. That's a lie.
A government-sponsored study showed the drug shortens patients' recovery times by 31 percent or an average of about four days.
Pharmacy benefit management company Express Scripts says use of anti-anxiety medications increased more than 34 percent from mid-February to mid-March.
Industry players have expressed concerns that reorganizing international supply chains amid a global pandemic could do more harm than good.
A liberal coalition of House Democrats doesn't think the House speaker's package to cut drug prices goes far enough.
Heather Alfonso's patients largely did not have cancer, the condition for which the drug was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
A federal guideline on removing patients from their opioid prescriptions was recently tempered, but not before physicians and hospital networks began aggressively removing people from their medication or sending them away entirely.
Dr. George Blatti was charged Wednesday with 54 counts related to his alleged selling of prescriptions for powerful drugs out of his makeshift office at a former Radio Shack and his car stationed at parking lots including a Dunkin' Donuts location in Long Island, New York.
Americans must wait at least 12 years for less expensive versions of a relatively new kind of drug called biologics, but Democrats don't think patients in Canada and Mexico should have to wait even 10.
Three issues have the best chances of passing before year's end as Congress tackles its to-do list while House Democrats decide whether to impeach the president.
If Democrats hope to succeed in their plan someday becoming law, they must navigate the criticism and address the concerns levied by Republicans, Trump and even some of their own members about how to address raising drug prices.
"For too long American patients have been paying exorbitantly high prices for prescription drugs that are made available to other countries at lower prices," Azar said in a statement on Wednesday.
Embracing watered-down, left-wing ideas to get something done on drug prices will not help American patients, and it certainly won't help politically in 2020.