Biogen announced the company plans to spin off its hemophilia drug business as a publicly traded company, and instead concentrate on developing treatments for neurodegenerative diseases, primarily multiple sclerosis (MS). The move is surprising analysts.
Pfizer could be joining the fray to compensate for its shuttered merger with Allergan.
University of Oxford scientists have developed a gene therapy that has shown promise in treating...
The in vitro method of testing cancer drugs on tumor cells is based on observing the rate of...
The formulation, indication and dosages of Trintellix remain the same as that of Brintellix.
Testing for health conditions usually involves needles, X-rays and other invasive or uncomfortable measures.
Synthesis of the nanogel capsules and the related measurements were conducted in Europe.
Researchers from the University of Southern California (USC) Roski Eye Institute believe that distinct changes in the composition of tears may occur before tear production lessens.
Six of the ten countries that are home to 60 percent of unvaccinated children in the world are in Africa.
The medical community hasn't reached a consensus on talc as a possible carcinogen.
Researchers have shown how controlling cholesterol metabolism in pancreatic cancer cells reduces metastasis.
With resistance growing to existing antibiotics, there is a vital and urgent need for the discovery and development of new antibiotics that are cost effective.
Millions of people around the world use herbal health remedies, following a tradition that began millennia ago.
Many patients stop taking statins due to less severe symptoms, such as muscle pain or fatigue.
The specific mutation of EZH2 is a relatively common event in diverse cancers.
The research team focused on dust-mite-induced allergies because dust mites are ubiquitous and thrive in warm, humid climates.
The company raised its 2016 financial forecasts, citing the strong quarter and an improved business outlook.
Across the four locations, a total of 158 healthy volunteers were vaccinated with increasing doses of the potential vaccine
In new research described recently in Molecular Psychiatry, a team led by Ana Pereira, instructor in clinical medicine in Bruce McEwen's laboratory, found that the drug, riluzole, is capable of reversing key genetic changes associated with these conditions.