Generic Drugs News
Bill Clinton Delivers His Tenth Democratic National Convention Speech
The former president recounts the first time he met Hillary in college.
As PCs decline, Microsoft betting its future on the cloud Microsoft's investment in cloud computing is paying off. Its latest financial report shows its Azure cloud-computing business more than doubled in sales from the last quarter. The company has spent billions of dollars to position itself as
Novartis Profit Slips as Generic Drug Competition Hits Sales
Swiss pharmaceuticals company Novartis says net profit from continuing operations dropped 3 percent in the second quarter, slumping largely due to competition from generic cancer drugs
NY Hedge Fund Manager Charged With Insider Trading Found Dead in Apparent Suicide, Police Say
A hedge fund manager recently charged with insider trading was found dead this morning from an apparent suicide, according to a New York City police official. Sanjay Valvani was discovered dead at his residence in Brooklyn this morning, the city police official told ABC News. Valvani was 44. Police
For One Veteran at Invictus Games, It's All About Mom
Runner gives his mother a Mother's Day present of victory in 400 meter prelims.
Man Raises Money to Buy Pediatric Cancer Patients Halloween Costumes
Gage Mueller decided to raise money using GoFundMe to buy Halloween costumes for children at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Texas.
Generic Drugs , Once a Cheaper Option, Now Causing Sticker Shock
Certain generic prescription drugs have surged in price, and many patients are struggling to pay for them.
With Generic Prescription Drug Prices Surging, Families Are Feeling the Squeeze
When Tricia Salese called her local pharmacy for a price check on her next prescription refill, she was stunned when the pharmacist told her the cost of her generic-brand pain medication had gone up again. Salese, 49, started talking fentanyl citrate, the generic version of Actiq, a powerful
Stores Advertising Cheaper Drugs From Canada Are Put to the Test
Part 3: Howard Sklamberg of the FDA said only "a very small percentage" of drugs are actually from Canada.
Loretta Lynch Being Sworn in as Attorney General
Loretta Lynch, President Obama's pick to replace Eric Holder, will be sworn in as the next U.S. attorney general.