Apotex issues recall; Clinton calls for drug cap; Akorn recalls injection kits;

> Apotex, one of Canada's largest generics makers, recalled 117,655 bottles of cevimeline hydrochloride capsules in the U.S. that are used to treat dry mouth in patients with Sjögren's syndrome. Article

> Former U.S. Secretary of State and Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is proposing a $250 monthly cap on out-of-pocket prescription drug costs to stop "price gouging" by pharma companies. Article

> Akorn ($AKRX) has issued a voluntary recall for 370 indocyanine injection kits due to issues of low out-of-specification potency. FDA notification

Suggested Articles

The eight-year deal will initially cover lupus drug Benlysta and could expand to other GSK specialty-care products in the future.

With a new £131 million contribution from the U.K. government, VMIC aims to both speed up and expand on its prior ambitions.

Pricing controversies shouldn't overshadow Phlow's promise to provide low-cost drugs to address COVID-19, says the CEO of partner Civica Rx.