SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A sharply divided California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that pharmaceutical companies can be held liable for warning labels on generic versions of drugs they once made even after they’ve sold the drugs to other companies and stopped manufacturing them. 517 more words
By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS
In August, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first-ever gene-altering treatment for a rare form of childhood leukemia.
This milestone medical breakthrough allows scientists to genetically modify a patient’s own cells to fight cancer, turning them into a “living drug.” 581 more words
As a healthcare company, Novartis employees are no strangers to helping others. However, their recent team building event in Hanover, NJ helped them discover new ways to put their servitude to good use. 18 more words
There hasn’t been a new drug approved to treat Alzheimer’s in more than a decade, and Bill Gates is impatient for a cure.
In a blog post published t0day (Nov. 557 more words