Posts by Raymond March
Raymond J. March is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and Assistant Professor of Economics at San José State University. His research examines the public and private provision and governance of healthcare in the United States, particularly in pharmaceutical markets.
Government vs. Private Efforts to Promote Breastfeeding: My Response to a Critic
FDA Considers Regulating E-cigarette Juices
FDA Approves Medical App for Contraception
Open Up Off-Label Drug Communication and Let the Market Work!
Three Reasons To Be Optimistic about Pharmaceutical Policy
If Telemedicine Is Underachieving, Government Is to Blame
Putting Right-to-Try Drug Prices in Perspective
EpiPen Pricing Controversy Reveals Ignorance about Market Competition
Dear Congress, Please Don’t Keep Up with the Kardashians!
FDA Moves Closer to Approving Ecstasy
Right-to-Try Law Signed!
Curing Diseases Is Sustainable, Government in Healthcare Is Not
FDA Issues First Mandatory Recall for Contaminated Food
FDA Restricts Sale of Contraceptive Device
FDA Cracks Down on Online Eye-Exam Company
The FDA Plans to Regulate Nicotine in Cigarettes
Politics Is Costing Lives by Delaying Right-to-Try Legislation
Misdiagnosing Right-to-try Laws
Markets Provide Care for an Aging Population
Medical Apps: Improving Healthcare on a Global Scale
FDA Greenlights Testing ‘Ecstasy’ for PTSD Therapy
New Blood-Pressure Guidelines Raise Concerns about Interest-Group Lobbying

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