Health Care

Executive action

Salix’s Women’s Leadership Network was established with the company-wide vision of continuing to enhance and develop women talent in leadership positions, as a top business priority.

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Blood donation vector.

In the red (access required)

At the peak of blood drive season, amid COVID-19 donation centers are experiencing cancellations and a drop in individual contributions. While the state's supply is adequate now, experts warn a catastrophic shortage could develop if individuals stop donating while organizations cancel scheduled drives.

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Brown: Long waits at ATCs, but no shortages

"There usually is wait times already in the best of circumstances, but on top of it, some [ATCs have] cut hours drastically so now you have more people going on these tight hours and people are panicking and trying to get their meds," Jessie Gill, a registered nurse who focuses her practice on advising medical cannabis patients and is a patient herself, told NJBIZ.

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Pill bottle with medication.

Bayer, Teva donate drugs to target coronavirus

“Immediately upon learning of the potential benefit of hyroxychloroquine, Teva began to assess supply and to urgently acquire additional ingredients to make more product while arranging for all of what we had to be distributed immediately," said Brendan O’Grady, Teva executive vice president, North America Commercial.

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