While many US facilities get top ratings, the most common is a C, and major improvements have been slow in coming.
A string of serious setbacks for possible treatments may be eroding researchers' -- and investors' -- confidence.
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Democrats and Republicans are coming together in an effort to prevent unpaid health care bills from ruining people financially.
In an industry first, the drug giant will sell directly to consumers via its website. It probably won't be the only one to try this.
Nearly half of working-age Americans are avoiding doctors or skipping medications because of the spiraling expense.
A former top drug adviser to the British government says a rampant cocaine culture within the banking industry spurred overly risky decisions.
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