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The Get Out and Vote Issue | Blog
While we eat the leftover Halloween candy (that’s why we get the Reese’s), the team at TWTW is getting amped up for our next big event of the season: the midterm elections.
We’ve Got Stamina | Blog
FDA had another busy week: recalling Ritz crackers & goldfish, committing to create a modernized definition of what is a “dairy product,” approving new magnetic systems to prevent breast cancer patients from being exposed to excessive radioactive materials during biopsies.
Summer is coming to a close, but actions around drug pricing and access just keep heating up.
TWTW team spent this weekend doing some spring cleaning in the hopes that it would bring us East Coasters some, well, spring…Fingers crossed that a little wishful thinking and the removal of some pretty major dust bunnies will get the warm weather vibes coming our way.
President Trump and HHS Secretary Azar gave a slightly delayed, much anticipated speech on the Administration’s Blueprint to lower drug prices.
Hello Readers, the federal government may be shut down, but The Week That Was team is firing on all cylinders!
Good morning folks.
Roaring in Like a Lion… | Blog
March made quite the entrance this year.
Fancy a Pharma Chinwag? | Blog
We are gobsmacked at the amount of pharma pricing activity following the release of President Trump’s “Blueprint” to lower drug prices.
Spent last week watching Shaun White win his third gold medal?
Trick or Treat? | Blog
Welcome to Hallo-week!
Hazy, Not So Lazy, Days | Blog
Happy Monday, readers!
Snow-much to discuss! | Blog
Just when we thought spring might be around the corner, a second nor’easter comes along (no need to be smug West Coast readers, we know you’ve got the sun).
The Heat Is On... | Blog
Summer hit the country hard this week, with temps on both coasts and most of the Midwest reaching near-triple digits.
A busy week in Washington | Blog
Despite dramatic news coming out of Washington in recent days—from the leaked Kavanaugh documents to the “Deep State Deep Throat” anonymous op-ed in the New York Times, the latest Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds that American voters are still focused on healthcare:
From the Warriors and the Capitals to Bob Baffert, Mike Smith, and Justify doing the near-impossible at the Belmont, June started off with some seriously big wins.
Happy Monday, readers!
It's not even Thanksgiving, and we've already broken out the snow boots and shovels.
We’ve broken down some of the biggest healthcare stories of 2019.
Our team kept an eye on a number of stories about opioid “pledges,” top-line data communications and, as always, drug pricing.
We hope you had a restful weekend, because you’re in for a helping heap of The Week That Was.
Equifax’s CEO resigned, politics got personal (well, at least email accounts did) and grassroots efforts began to materialize in support of Puerto Rico following the devastating effects of Hurricane Maria.
FDA Lost That Lovin’ Feeling | Blog
The FDA lost its lovin’ feeling this week and we kept busy evaluating Louisiana’s new drug pricing proposal and watching not one, but two, Congressional hearings covering both Right to Try and the national opioid epidemic.
Can You Feel The Love? | Blog
This week was all about showing the love—from self-admiration to all-out corporate courting.
In the lead up to this Halloween edition of The Week That Was, our headlines are chock full of sour patches, jaw breakers and red hots.
The Week That Was team is making our grocery list and checking Black Friday sales, eager to try a new turkey brine and score some electronics deals.
Temperatures are finally dropping here, but we’re still seeing highs and lows all over the map.
December is here and elves have started hiding on shelves—but there’s no sign that things are slowing down as we head toward the holidays.
With the year rapidly coming to a close, we’ve decided to take you on a trip down memory lane to recap the biggest stories and trends of 2017.