Easier Drug Approval Isn’t Cutting Drug Prices
“It’s at least possible that if I know we’ve got to show actual, substantial benefits, or that it’s got to be novel in some way, that I might push harder,” says Dr. Steven Joffe, a pediatric oncologist at the University of Pennsylvania.
Soda ad blitzes conspicuously match food stamp schedules, study says
Food companies have embraced a controversial tactic in their quest to sell more soda, a new study says: timing advertisements for sugary drinks to the days states distribute food stamp benefits. On any given day, grocery shoppers are likely to see soda displays in stores, researchers found. But they are two to four times as likely to come across them when food stamps go out.