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Fewer Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit Plans Cover Brand-Name Medications During 'Doughnut Hole' In 2007
Purchasing Medicare prescription drug plans that offer coverage during the so-called "doughnut hole" will be "more restricted and more expensive" for beneficiaries in 2007, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Beneficiaries Experience Less Difficulty In Program's Second Year, Health Officials, Senior Representatives, Pharmacis
The commencement of the Medicare prescription drug benefit's second year has gone more smoothly than the first year as hundreds of thousands of beneficiaries are entering the program or changing plans, federal health officials and representatives of seniors and pharmacists said Wednesday, the

Advocates Call On Kroger Pharmacies To Make EC Available
Advocates are calling on Cincinnati-based Kroger stores to make the emergency contraceptive Plan B available to women at its pharmacies after a Georgia woman said a store did not sell her the drug, the AP/Akron Beacon Journal reports (Gross, AP/Akron Beacon Journal, 3/8).

Call To End FDA User Fees And Improve Drug Safety
Opposition to current drug safety legislation is growing, as a group of 22 experts on drug safety and regulation and a coalition of 12 patient, consumer, science, and public health organizations issue two separate open letters to lawmakers. The letter from FDA experts asks the lawmakers to not reauthorize the user fees system that finances the review of new drugs by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

A.U. Health Ministers Receive Plan To Produce Low-Cost, Generic Drugs In Africa; Demonstrators Protest Funding Shortages For Antiretrovirals
African Union health ministers on Wednesday at a three-day summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, were presented with a plan for developing low-cost generic versions of drugs -- including treatments for HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis -- on the continent, AFP/Yahoo! News reports.

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