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Pediatric drug market poised for growthMore support for clinical trials and a wider lens for rare diseases in children sets the category on fire.
Two opioid use disorder drug developments to watchNew physician-administered therapies on the horizon may help rein in the opioid epidemic.
Food stamp program participation could impact health costsA new study reveals how participation in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program could impact healthcare costs for low-income individuals.