Harvard Medical School
Aaron Kesselheim is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of its Program on Regulation, Therapeutics and Law.
Are incentives for so-called "orphan drugs" being misused to jack up the price of one medication by 4000 percent?
Feb. 23, 2017from To the Point
In an effort to get doctors to prescribe their drugs to patients, drug makers spend billions of dollars a year on meals, speaking and consulting fees, and other perks for physicians.
Sep. 30, 2014from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
This week, we moved a lot closer to a court challenge that could significantly reduce or eliminate constitutional protections for abortion rights.
May. 17from Left, Right & Center
Journalist Will Evans exposed Tesla’s flagrant labor violations, but all the company’s founder did was shrug him off and cry "fake news."
Jun. 21from Scheer Intelligence
How’s President Trump’s legal strategy working out?
May. 22from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
There were Trumpian moments, but it wasn’t Trump’s most turbulent trip to Europe.
Jun. 7from Left, Right & Center
Hollywood's triumph in the global culture wars is a serious cause for concern at a time in which conglomerates and uniformity reign, argues French scholar Violaine Roussel.
May. 24from Scheer Intelligence
It was supposed to be infrastructure week for real this time.
May. 24from Left, Right & Center
President Trump got ready to attack Iran and then, at the last minute, called it off.
Jun. 21from Left, Right & Center
The biggest story of modern times is bad for audience ratings. To save money, news outlets are hiding the truth of environmental disaster.
May. 27from To the Point
In a bold statement, a leading dean of journalism argues that in abandoning Julian Assange, the mainstream media have abandoned the First Amendment.
May. 17from Scheer Intelligence