Doctors tell the High Court intensive care treatment for Isaiah Haastrup is not in his interests.
Is decreased survival from radiation therapy to adjacent lung tissue caused by toxicity, or is it due to ‘unintended consequences’? Medscape Medical News
Charities and MPs demand government responds to alleged discriminationMPs and campaigners have launched an urgent appeal for the government to take action after the Guardian revealed insurers are preventing people with mental illnesses from getting acc…
(Reuters) – Celgene Corp will pay $9 billion in cash to buy experimental cancer drugmaker Juno Therapeutics Inc, bulking up its developmental pipeline as it works to reduce reliance on its own cancer treatment Revlimid.
(Reuters) – An electronic product made by Philip Morris International Inc that heats rather than burns tobacco contains lower levels of harmful and potentially harmful compounds than cigarettes, a preliminary review by the U.S. Food and Drug Administra…
(Reuters) – Biotech deal activity exploded on Monday with French drugmaker Sanofi and U.S.-based Celgene spending a combined total of more than $20 billion to add new products for hemophilia and cancer to their medicine cabinets.
Researchers developed a technique to see how drugs bind to a cancer target. Find out how they plan to harness to knowledge to design better cancer drugs.
Weâ€™d like to hear from people whose strive for excellence is affecting their daily lives. Share your experiencesAre you affected by perfectionism? Does your striving for excellence â€“ in work, study, creative projects, personal appearance or any oth…
The NHS is facing a flu outbreak. We want to hear about the situation where you areHospitals and GPs are being hit by one of the worst flu outbreaks in recent years. After 35 deaths last week, 120 people across the UK have died of flu-related symptoms …
PARIS (Reuters) – French healthcare group Sanofi has agreed to buy U.S. hemophilia specialist Bioverativ for $11.6 billion, its biggest deal for seven years and a major play to strengthen its presence in treatments for rare diseases.
In the United States, around 400 people die each year from unintentional carbon monoxide exposure. It is so dangerous because itâ€™s odorless and invisible, and is more likely to accumulate at high levels during the winter when homes are closed up.
New research reveals that the flu virus can spread in aerosol droplets that are formed during normal breathing, and not just through coughing and sneezing.
A look at a black line on the nail, a common change that can happen due to a range of causes. Included is detail on the diagnosis and when to see a doctor.
With relapse common and no current biomarkers established, the discovery of a new gene marker could have important implications for treatment. Medscape Medical News
Cross-party group of politicians says isolation and cuts are driving â€˜hiddenâ€™ malnutritionMore than 1 million older people are risk of â€œwithering away in their own homesâ€� as a result of malnutrition caused by social isolation and cuts to public…
Customers have been unnerved by a robot assistant â€“ so why does the government think we will trust helpline automatons when weâ€™re sick?In news that will come as absolutely no surprise to anyone at all, robots are terrifying and definitely not to be…
Men who started drinking in their teens are at increased risk for liver disease, Swedish researchers report.
Babies exposed to these narcotics while in the womb run the risk of certain head and neck abnormalities.
(Reuters) – Celgene Corp announced a $9 billion cash buyout of Juno Therapeutics Inc on Monday as it moves to cement its position as a key player in a new range of cancer therapies.
(Reuters) – Teva Pharmaceutical Industries said on Monday two late-stage studies testing its treatment for asthma did not meet their main goals.