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They called the agency’s responses to a Washington Post series “insufficient.”
The giant drug distributor resolved allegations that it failed to report suspicious orders by pharmacies that distributed opioids.
‘The future is a lot less predictable when you’re 70,’ a researcher of aging says.
Despite a drug crisis, physician opposition and voluntary regulations persist in many places.
The penalty closes a case four years after the company had settled with the DEA.
“That is very frightening” said one scientist.
Progress was made this year against cancer, allergies, viruses and other diseases.
A.J. Delgado calls Jason Miller, who quit suddenly on Saturday, “baby-daddy”
Critics say the revolving door undercuts the agency’s ability to curb the rising opioid epidemic.
The mouth rinse was not given to anyone and no one was harmed, an official said.