Daranide is a drug that was approved for treating glaucoma in 1958; the public domain drug’s manufacture has shifted around for decades, sending its price soaring and plummeting from $0.50/dose to $1365, down to free, and now to $109,500, courtesy of Strongbridge Biopharma, new owners of Taro Pharmaceutical Industries, who started making the drugRead More
Pharmadouchebro/Larval Trump Martin Shkreli was convicted of securities fraud in August and then sent to jail in September for putting a bounty on a lock of Hillary Clinton’s hair.
Shkreli was ordered to surrender the $7.4 million he fraudulently obtained, and to extract those funds, the Feds are making ready to seizeRead More
When Trump’s Health and Human Services secretary Tom Price lost his job for chartering private jets to fly him all around America, it left a vacancy in Trump’s cabinet of billionaire gators that he’s been filling the DC swamp with.
He’s found a doozy: Alex Azar, a former Scalia clerk who’s just leftRead More
In The Network Structure of Opioid Distribution on a Darknet Cryptomarket, (Sci-Hub mirror), a paper presented today at the American Sociological Association meeting in Montreal, social scientists Scott W. Duxbury and Dana L. Haynie lay out their findings on using fake bad reviews to disrupt the darknet drug-trade.
Darknet drug sellers areRead More