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Teva to pay $523m. to New York as it looks to move past opioid lawsuits

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries will pay up to $523 million to New York State as part of a nationwide settlement of lawsuits alleging the company helped fuel the US opioid epidemic.

By REUTERS
03/11/2022

Israel's Teva pharmaceuticals company keeps selling to Russia despite sanctions

Teva CEO Kare Schultz said that despite sanctions, Teva still sells medications to Russia, because this is a humanitarian move. He also revealed that Teva donates medicines to Ukraine.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
22/09/2022

Israel's Teva Pharm to start paying US opioid settlement in 2023, says CEO

The US opioid crisis has caused more than 500,000 overdose deaths over the past two decades, including more than 80,000 in 2021 alone.

CVS, Walmart, Walgreens ordered to pay $650.6m. in Ohio in opioid case

The litigation has resulted in several nationwide settlements, including a $4.25 billion settlement with Israel-based Teva Pharmaceutical Industries

By REUTERS
18/08/2022

AION, aMoon up for top scientific innovation award

AION Labs brings together some of the biggest names in pharma, including AstraZeneca, Merck and Pfizer, and aMoon is Israel’s largest health-tech fund.

Israeli Teva reaches proposed $4.35 bln settlement of US opioid lawsuits

The US opioid crisis has caused more than 500,000 overdose deaths over the past two decades, including more than 80,000 in 2021 alone.

27/07/2022

Grapevine: Screaming sumo

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

A building belonging to generic drug producer Teva, Israel's largest company with a market value of

Teva, Allergan reach $161.5 million opioid settlement with West Virginia

The agreement is the largest state-negotiated settlement in West Virginia history and consists of $134 million in cash plus the contribution of drugs used to treat opioid overdoses.

By REUTERS
25/05/2022
Teva CEO Kåre Schultz at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, February 19, 2020

State sues Teva over Copaxone drug royalties

Two doctors sued Teva for failing to acknowledge their contributions and demanded to be compensated with royalties stemming from the new version of copaxone.

Ukrainian refugees offered free medical services in Israel

Many of them are not Jewish and are therefore ineligible for access to universal healthcare in Israel.

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