Pharmacy & Biological SciencesCategory
In March, Idaho passed the first law in the U.S. allowing pharmacy technicians to administer immunizations.
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The possibility of curing sepsis with a common vitamin has put one of history’s greatest killers back in the spotlight.
Scientists invented chemical weapons; some are now working to destroy them.
Using surrogate endpoints can speed up testing of new drugs, but doesn’t always find out if they actually help patients.
The three plaintiffs are seeking damages from Mylan to represent a nationwide class of EpiPen purchasers.
In the last couple of decades, biologists have been working to hack the cells’ algorithm in an effort to control their processes.
How can one possibly deny a dying patient even the slightest chance of prolonged life or recovery? Is there a side effect worse than certain death?
Coworkers and patients can offer a source of camaraderie and humor, if we only focus on finding it.
How did an educated, elderly engineer wind up with a heroin habit?