Immigrant's family wants answers after death; Amgen kills anemia drug;

> Relatives of an illegal immigrant who was in a coma at the University of Illinois Hospital for a month are calling for the county's medical examiner to look into the man's death. Article

> Answering critics of its pricing policies, Amgen is discontinuing rebates and discounts designed to boost sales of its anemia drugs. FiercePharma

> With about half of the state's 74 hospitals running deficits, New Jersey has imposed unique controls over the industry. State officials are now requiring all of the hospitals to file monthly reports detailing their financial health. FierceHealthFinance

> A medication used to reduce uric acid levels might help lower blood pressure in adolescents if lifestyle modifications don't work or aren't attempted. FiercePharma

And Finally... Unfortunately, this boy's parents couldn't afford the care this extraordinary baby needed. Article

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