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Good morning, everyone, and nice to see you again. We have returned from an extended weekend respite that was due to a holiday on this side of the pond. But now, of course, we are gearing up for the usual routine of meetings, deadlines, and the like. No doubt, you can relate. So please join us for a refreshing cup of stimulation as we dig in for a busy day. Remember, no prescription is required, which also means you do not have to puzzle over rebates or copays. Meanwhile, here are some tidbits. Hope your day is successful and, as always, do keep in touch …

A former Biogen (BIIB) employee filed a lawsuit accusing the drug maker of failing to accommodate his Parkinson’s disease, even as the company was developing a drug for the condition, the Boston Business Journal writes. Aldrin Carao, who was hired in 2012 and had been diagnosed with the disease seven years earlier, claims that Biogen discriminated against him and backtracked on accommodations it had made for his disease before abruptly firing him in February 2016. His disease worsened over his final two years of employment, impacting his speech and ability to type.

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