An 18-year old Mumbai woman is finally granted to gain access to Bedaquiline, a restricted tuberculosis drug after winning a long battle in an Indian Court.
Opioid overdose antidote drug Evzio, has increased its price from $690 to $4500. It's another expensive talking auto-injector from the pharmaceutical company Kaleo. Most consumers may not be able to afford it.
The breath test developed by scientists hopes to help doctors diagnose stomach cancer earlier and without the need to perform endoscopy.
McDonald's faces backlash after announcing that they would no longer separate the process of some of their food items.
HPV infection continually increases among men but the vaccination rate remains low.
Scientists have long aspired of growing human organs in animal bodies to be used for transplants. They have successfully generated human cells and tissues in pig embryos.
Biogen Inc’s best-selling oral drug for sclerosis, Tecfidera, is being associated with potential liver injuries during consumption.
Breast cancer treatments are already proven to be effective in treating tumors. However, recent studies reveal that its severe side effects.
As Marijuana becomes a legal substance in almost half the states in America, a lot of women are starting to get into the pot industry. However, most of them have expressed their anxiety towards their new-found professions.
Physicians taking care of Latinos with diabetes should focus on medication adherence and exert effort in exploring individual barriers.
Genentech, member of Roche's company has found positive results for Phase III of their GiACTA study. FDA granted priority review to ensure that Actemra can be made safe and available for patients with giant cell arteritis.
A new treatment that may help alcoholic addicts is being tested by psychologists for treatment. Ketamine, a tranquilizer is believed to be capable of erasing drink-related memories.
Scientists develop a Magnesium Silicide nanoparticle that kills tumors by cutting off oxygen and nutrient supply.
After the legislation of the Marijuana Policy Project, tough competition among cannabis producers and distributors are expected due to the restricted number of permits and licenses to be released by the government.
Adults are often living with a misdiagnosis as they would refer to any respiratory difficulty as asthma.