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Defendants, including pharmacy owners, allegedly preyed on low-income individuals and spent millions on cars and real estate.
A threat to the Biden administration’s “public charge” policy is a threat to our nation’s public health, say leading cancer organizati...
Patient groups had sued over a Trump administration Medicare rule that allowed insurers not to count co-pays as out-of-pocket costs.
Armando Herrera sold adulterated and misbranded HIV drugs through companies in six states. He faces a maximum of five years in prison.
A Washington emergency room nurse was charged this month five years after being accused of passing on hepatitis C to 12 patients.
Until recently, service members living with HIV faced discharges and bans on commissioning and deployment.
Thermo Fisher Scientific was sued for knowingly profiting from Henrietta Lacks’s extraordinary tissue sample and cell line.
Lawsuits came from every direction, questioning public health policies such as mask and vaccine mandates.
In nearly 220,000 stores, tobacco companies must post signs “telling the truth about the deadly consequences of cigarette smoking.”
The $3.6 billion antitrust court case cleared Gilead Sciences and Teva of delaying the release of generic Truvada and other HIV meds.
Ending the mandate to cover preventive care such as PrEP “will cause incalculable harm to our efforts to end the HIV epidemic.”
A jury in May ruled in favor of Gilead Sciences, maker of HIV prevention pills. Now the government wants a judge to overturn the verdict.
The move follows a lawsuit filed in November to strike down the ban that keeps people with HIV from enlisting in military service.
People on Medicaid must have the right to sue if they can’t get care, notes groups representing those with cancer, HIV, diabetes and more.
The battle between the CDC and Gilead over the patent for Truvada and Descovy for HIV prevention is heading to court.
The Texas ruling builds on a case in which a plaintiff objected, on religious grounds, to providing free HIV prevention PrEP to employees.
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