Thomas Stossel

Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Senior physician in the Hematology Division at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and Director of its Center for Medical Innovation; visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and author of Pharmaphobia: How the Conflict of Interest Myth Undermines American Medical Innovation; Professor of Medicine Emeritus at Harvard Medical School

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EpiPens are the poster child for vast increases in the price of familiar medications. Many people carry them for emergency treatment of allergic reactions that can be life threatening.

Can politics cure the high cost of drugs?

EpiPens are the poster child for vast increases in the price of familiar medications. Many people carry them for emergency treatment of allergic reactions that can be life threatening.

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The so-called Sunshine Act, which is part of Obamacare, mandates financial disclosure by drug companies and the makers of medical devices.

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The so-called Sunshine Act, which is part of Obamacare, mandates financial disclosure by drug companies and the makers of medical devices.

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