Sanofi and Regeneron's cholesterol drug reduced bad cholesterol levels in nine late-stage trials.
A drug that costs $1000-per-pill is quickly becoming the new treatment of choice for a liver-wasting viral disease, hepatitis C. The disease currently affects more than 3 million Americans.
A powerful drug given at the time of a kidney transplant operation minimizes the early risk of rejection by 50 percent, according to a new study.
Bayer's breast cancer drug failed to meet its primary endpoint goal in the Phase III trial.
The FDA has approved a new combination painkiller that is more difficult to abuse.
A new study reported that acetaminophen was not any more effective than a placebo drug in treating back pain.
A new study found that people who have served in the military after the all-volunteer era tend to report more adverse childhood events.
A new study found that antiretroviral drug therapies could treat patients co-infected with HIV and hepatitis C effectively.
An anti-cancer drug activates hidden HIV, a new pilot study has shown.
The director of the CDC, Thomas Frieden stressed the importance of taking immediate action before the antibiotic resistant situation becomes the "next pandemic."
A new study examined how marijuana could trigger paranoia.
A large clinical trial found that niacin did not reduce one's risk of heart attack or stroke.
The latest UN report stated that the AIDS epidemic could be controlled by 2030.
A new study found that when people's pills change color or shape, they become less likely to take them everyday.
A new German study found that a cheap, diabetes drug can reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
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