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The drugs, approved by the FDA for children earlier this month, can run $100,000 for a course of treatment.
A Seattle program pioneers palliative care that reaches dying patients on streets and in shelters.
Charlie Oen was addicted to heroin as a teenager. At 25, he’s now clean and a peer counselor in Lima, Ohio, where he tries to help people who started using drugs before he was born.
Some churches and other faith-based organizations are offering clean syringes to IV drug users, while still others are voicing their support for comprehensive treatment, testing and education programs that also help stem transmission of diseases like HIV and hepatitis C.
Costly meds will be discussed at lawmaker hearing on controversial drug price transparency bill.
An MIT economist and Harvard oncologist propose offering loans to patients to cover the cost of expensive, curative drugs, financed by private sector investment in loan securities.