Is U.S. Government Responsible for Drug Shortages?

Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Government Health Care Analyst Brian Rye and Health Care Policy Analyst Christopher Flavelle discuss the role of the United States government in drug shortages experienced by hospitals and changes that can be coming to Americans. They speak in an interview with Peter Cook on Bloomberg Government's "Capitol Gains," which airs on Bloomberg Television on Sundays.
Ferrari 488 GTB Coupe Does Turbo-Charged Power Proud
16:20 - March 4 -- Ferrari unveiled what is arguably the most beautiful car of the Geneva car show and it has the first turbo engine in decades. Meet the 488 GTB. It’s a 670-horsepower coupe with a rear-engine V8 and a 0-60 mph sprint time of three seconds flat. Expected sale price is about $180,000. Bloomberg's Hannah Elliott got a first look at this Italian machine built for speed. (Video by Zach Goldstein)
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