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An experimental treatment for HIV at the University of Pennsylvania is using gene therapy to...
After discovering prescription painkillers make him sick, one patient uses a more controversial option to treat his pain.
Emilio Emini, Ph.D., Senior Vice President of Vaccine Research & Development at Pfizer, discusses the impact of vaccines and evolution of vaccine research.
A new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns some doctors are over-prescribing antibiotics.
A new report explains why you will soon be able to get a clearer picture about your doctor's possible connections to the companies that make the drugs that they may prescribe.
The overuse of antibiotics in U.S. hospitals is putting patients at risk and helping to fuel the growth of deadly superbugs, according to a government report released Tuesday.
Scientists look at the impact of childhood vaccinations.
New study shows that sound levels from some of the machines exceed workplace safety limits for adults.
Doctors and addiction experts urge the FDA to revoke approval of Zohydro.
A look at how pets with a rare illness can help design vaccines for humans.
In a petition to the FDA, anti-addiction groups call the newly-approved drug Zohydro the next Oxycontin and they are warning if it is released to pharmacies as scheduled, it will also lead to more addiction and drug-related deaths.
In this video TJ Woody, IPS' Associate Director of Cleaning and Processing Validation, discusses the move to risk management in the handling of products within a manufacturing facility. Specifically, he dsicusses the revisions to the Eudralex’s EU Guidelines for Good Manufacturing Practices for Medicinal Products for Human and Veterinary Use, Volume 4 .
A 3D plastic replica of a baby's heart helps doctor perform life-saving surgery.
FDA is considering the new procedure that could give hope to women who can't have babies.
A medical mystery is deepening in California, where state health officials now say reports of polio-like illnesses that have left as many as 25 children with paralyzed limbs don’t appear to be connected.