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The Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine is one of the first facilities in the country to offer a new treatment approved by the Food and Drug Administration for certain blood cancers. [Read More]
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The herbal supplement known as kratom poses "deadly risks" and can be addictive, according to a long-awaited Food and Drug Administration health advisory issued this week. The warning came two days after The Post reported on the controverisal substance, which is exploding in popularity in New York City smoke shops and cafes. A Drug Enforcement... [Read More]
A wearable device claiming to block the pain of opioid withdrawal has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration under a new expedited review process. [Read More]
A device meant to help relieve the symptoms of withdrawal from opioid addiction has gotten clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The BRIDGE device is being used by a Greenwood city court program geared toward people addicted to opioids. The goal is to help relieve the symptoms of withdrawal, helping people in the... [Read More]
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a neurological device that could help those suffering from opioid withdrawal symptoms. [Read More]
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The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning on Friday about deadly risks associated with the herbal supplement called kratom. [Read More]
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Novato-based Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week to begin marketing its first drug, a treatment for an ultra-rare disease. The approval came just as a tax reform bill that would elimi... [Read More]
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Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams said in a recent podcast that two government agencies that shouldn't be — the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration —  are... [Read More]
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There was good news and bad news in the regulatory initiative the Food and Drug Administration rolled out on Thursday, aimed partially at clinics marketing unproven stem-cell therapies directly to consumers. The good news is that the FDA firmly closed a loophole exploited by many of these proliferating... [Read More]
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More than 46 million turkeys will be cooked this holiday and The Food and Drug Administration wants to make sure the food you're cooking isn't crawling with bacteria. [Read More]
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Add prescription pills to the growing list of IoT devices. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a "digital" prescription pill with an embedded sensor that detects when it is taken. [Read More]
HEMLIBRA® di Chugai ottiene la prima autorizzazione rilasciata a livello mondiale da parte dell'ente statunitense preposto al controllo dei farmac... [Read More]
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For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a digital pill — a medication embedded with a sensor that can tell doctors whether, and when, patients take their medicine. [Read More]
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The Food and Drug Administration Tuesday issued a strong warning to consumers to stay away from the herbal supplement kratom, saying regulators are aware of 36 deaths linked to products containing the substance. [Read More]
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared an opioid addiction withdrawal device, making the treatment eligible for insurance coverage as…... [Read More]
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MILWAUKEE– There has been a breakthrough in cancer treatment — a way to use a patient's own body to attack cancer like an army of soldiers.  This started 15 years ago when scientists cracked the human genome, mapping every aspect of our DNA to figure out what genes cause certain diseases like cancer and diabetes. Now, for the first time, doctors in the United States have been given to go-ahead by the Food and Drug Administration to use that knowledge... [Read More]
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration unveiled long-anticipated guidelines about stem cell therapies Thursday that are meant to clear up confusion about which treatments are appropriate and safe, and which pose the most risks and fewest rewards for patients. The carefully worded guidelines underscore the narrow path regulators walk between allowing, and even hastening, approval of potentially life-changing cellular therapies and preventing providers from selling unproven and possibly dangerous cell products directly to patients. [Read More]
On Monday, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first drug in the U.S. with a digital ingestion tracking system. It offers a new way for doctors to monitor patients' medication... [Read More]
U.S. health authorities have cleared a brain-stimulating device made by an Indiana-based company for patients suffering from debilitating withdrawal symptoms caused by addiction to heroin and other opioids. The nerve stimulator is the first device to treat such symptoms, including joint pain, anxiety, stomach aches and insomnia. The announcement Wednesday by the Food and Drug Administration comes amid an epidemic of opioid abuse, which includes both illegal narcotics like heroin and prescription painkillers. The device, known as NSS-2 Bridge, is worn behind the ear where . . . [Read More]
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