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Generic Drugs Delayed By Pharma Corps [AUDIO]

Popular prescriptions for high cholesterol, heart disease and even cancer treatments are among the list of drugs that had generic versions delayed intentionally.

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Life Sciences Week Begins in New Jersey [AUDIO]

This is Life Sciences Week in New Jersey.

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NJ’s Project Medicine Drop Expands

Project Medicine Drop, which allows citizens to safely dispose of their unused prescription medications in secure receptacles at law enforcement stations across the state, has expanded to 40 locations statewide.

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