Tag Archives: U.S.

Pfizer’s keys to juggling 8 U.S. launches? Organization, accountability, clear goals

Think you’re busy? Take a look at Pfizer’s commercial team for oncology, which is currently launching four new drugs, three new indications for older drugs, and a biosimilar. And that’s just in the U.S. It’s taken some serious internal organizing on Pfizer’s part, but so far managing the multiple rollouts has been “done very well,”… Read More »

Is Germany’s health care system a model for the U.S.? – NBC News

Americans are divided about how to pay for medical care and insurance, an issue that will continue to be debated hotly as presidential candidates tout their plans for overhauling the nation’s health care industry. Whether the “fix” is found in the Affordable Care Act, private insurance, “Medicare for all” or something totally different, some Americans… Read More »

U.S. ‘gag rule’ linked to 40% jump in abortions in parts of Africa

LONDON (Reuters) – A decades-old U.S. government policy reinstated by President Donald Trump in 2017 that restricts international aid to NGOs that support abortion is linked to a 40% rise in abortions in some parts of sub-Saharan African, a study showed on Thursday. The “Mexico City Policy”, also known as the “global gag rule”, also… Read More »