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As the pharmaceutical giant is fined a record sum of $3bn, we ask if the move will be a deterrent for others.
British drugmaker pleads guilty and agrees to pay $3bn fine in largest case of healthcare fraud in US history.
US federal regulator approves new pill, Belviq, with condition it will continue to look for possible side effects.
Authorities to review if "Aeroshot" caffeine inhalers qualify as diet supplements.
Vast clinical trials to demonstrate the safety of new drugs will impose huge development costs on manufacturers.
Philip Morris launches legal action over move that would see cigarettes and other products sold in logo-free packaging.
'Cigarettes, not guns or bombs, are the deadliest artifacts in the history of civilisation.'
Sixty years ago, US medical researchers intentionally infected hundreds of people in Guatemala with syphilis.
There is an association between growth hormone and mortality, but that doesn't mean that the former causes the latter.
At least 13 killed, 72 infected by tainted cantaloupes in deadliest US food infection outbreak in a decade.
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