U.S. teams up with foreign officials for drugmaker inspections; TX Attorney General sues generics makers;

> Perhaps deciding that they just can't cover the planet alone, U.S. drug regulators are teaming up with European and Australian officials to inspect drugmaker factories in China and India. FiercePharma

> The Texas Attorney General has announced that he's going after four generics makers for allegedly providing falsely-inflated prices--and collecting from Medicaid at those levels. FiercePharma

> Check forgers have stolen thousands of dollars from patients at a Boston hospital, with help, sadly, from an employee of the hospital. FierceHealthFinance

> Hospitals are still having a hard time getting decent returns on their stock market investments, which has led to a drop in the capital they have available as well as less liquidity. FierceHealthFinance

And Finally... Did you know that regardless of which presidential candidate the U.S. elects, he'll be a lefty?  Article

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