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If drugmakers won’t lower insulin prices, maybe Michigan should make its own. That’s the thinking of a small group of lawmakers and others, led by Sen. Curt VanderWall, R-Ludington, who have been meeting with drugmakers and university representatives to determine whether Michigan can make its own insulin to sharply reduce costs for the life-saving drug. The talks are preliminary,...

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Pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) audits are becoming increasingly dangerous for pharmacies. While the role of the PBM was initially to reduce costs for all parties involved, abusive PBM practices have led to the opposite in many cases. The problem has become so significant that several states have adopted legislation aimed specifically at targeting abusive PBM practices, and the National Community P...

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The outlook for a better COVID-19 vaccine — one that can defend against new mutations — is improving, with early findings showing that Moderna's reformulated product provides more robust protection than the original. Study results that have yet to be peer-reviewed suggest the bivalent vaccine candidate, which couples the company's existing vaccine with one designed to combat th...

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Highly contagious subvariants of the Omicron strain of coronavirus have arrived in central New York, putting the state and the rest of the country on alert for a potential setback in the COVID-19 pandemic. The new versions, BA.2.12 and BA.2.12.1, reportedly are spreading as much as 27% faster than the original Omicron variant. While the subvariants do not appear to be linked to worse disease sever...

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