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A scientist who won the Nobel Prize for revolutionising how we treat cancer says young scientists shouldn't set out to cure the disease


Dispensed: A trial date for Elizabeth Holmes, new management at uBiome, and the primary care trends we're tracking


Everything we know about uBiome, the startup that convinced Silicon Valley that testing poop was worth $600 million, and then saw its top leaders depart amid an FBI investigation



Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes faces jail time for fraud charges. Her trial is set to begin in summer 2020.


Dispensed: Pharma's next big megamerger, a string of healthcare IPOs, and why the CEO of Clover Health regrets setting up shop in Silicon Valley


Ex-FDA chief Scott Gottlieb just joined the board of $240 billion drugmaker Pfizer



Dispensed: Young blood startup is back, a scoop about CityMD, and telling remarks from Merck's CEO


Here's everything you need to know about CBD, the cannabis compound that's in everything from coffee to ice cream and could soon be a $16 billion business


Dispensed: The inside story of uBiome, a visit to the largest health system in New York, and what it's like to take a 'biotech for dummies' course


Bernie Sanders slams ‘polite f-u’ letters sent by generic drug companies as 'clearly illegal' and calls for an investigation


We took the two-day, $1,300 'biotech for dummies' class where healthcare executives, HR managers, and investors catch up on science for the first time since high school


Facebook just made its first public entrance into the US health space with a tool that pings you to donate blood during a shortage



Inside the secret messages that allegedly show how big drug companies plotted to increase the price of your medicines


Why everybody gets duped by hot health and science startups


Dispensed: CVS Health's plan to become a go-to spot for healthcare, uBiome's 75-person advisory boards, and an inside look at a massive generic drug lawsuit


Dispensed: A record-breaking approval, what it's like to work in healthcare, and a call for nominations



Doctors and surgeons once again command the highest pay in the US. Here's how much their coworkers at hospitals make.


The US just approved a $2.1 million treatment for a devastating disease. It's the most expensive drug in the world.


Dispensed: Medicare Advantage's surprising success, Nurx's rebound, and a new startup trying to upend how you get mental healthcare at work


A $111 million health startup dubbed the 'Uber for birth control' is expanding into a sensitive new area: sexually-transmitted infections