The company is calling the move a withdrawal, as opposed to a recall.
A study indicates they may do little to reduce the risk of stroke or heart attack.
HPV testing provides an edge over Pap screenings when it comes to detecting cervical cancer risk.
An international AIDS conference this weekend kicked off a new battle in the war against hepatitis C: demonstrating high cure rates in those who are co-infected.
Novartis and the nonprofit Banner Alzheimer's Institutes are testing a theory that treating healthy patients could prevent or delay Alzheimer's disease.
Cyramza patients had more favorable overall survival rates than placebo patients, but the differences were not statistically significant.
The Wall Street Journal notes that a new study on testosterone therapy has some weaknesses, including its sole focus on men who received injections—leaving out pills, patches and gels.
Editorial says risk is small, researchers say it could be clinically relevant.
The American College of Physicians says most women do not need an annual pelvic exam. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists disagrees.
The regulator wants men to be part of breast cancer clinical trials.
An FDA advisory panel voted 11-2 against an accelerated approval for AstraZeneca's experimental PARP inihibitor. The panel recommends getting more data before giving the drug the all-clear.
The firm ended the Phase III trial for its ballyhooed immunotherapy, which showed superior survival compared to chemo in advanced melanoma.
An experimental Gelesis weight-loss drug seeks the middle ground between surgery and appetite suppressants.
Phase III results showing improved lung function among cystic fibrosis patients using a combination of Kalydeco and lumacaftor means drugmaker Vertex is filing the two-part drug for FDA approval during the fourth quarter.
BI says there is no unmet need for faldaprevir.
GlaxoSmithKline dismissed a marketer over its approach to clinical trial recruiting.
Gene mutations lead researchers to rethink ways to protect the heart.
The drugmaker has told global regulators it failed to share 10,000 reported cases of side effects for a variety of its drugs.
Patients taking a high-dose form of Novo Nordisk diabetes drug Victoza saw an average weight loss of 5.9% of their body weight, data from a study show.
The FDA granted the label for Genentech's experimental metastatic urothelial bladder cancer treatment.
The potential of immunotherapy is great, but the news from the 2014 medical meeting shows that great may not be gargantuan in terms of treatment reach.
The CDC said Thursday that most of the 288 recent US measles cases were caused by un-vaccinated travelers who brought the virus home with them.
The regulator is allocating almost $38 million to improve data-guided decision-making.
The drugmaker is set to start patient testing.
The companies announced Tuesday that Arzerra, already indicated for leukemia, failed to outdo Roche's Rituxan in the lymphoma setting.
The Securities and Exchange Commission alleges that two doctors illegally exploited their clinical trial affiliation for financial gain.
Both companies revealed Phase-III data for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis treatments. The progressive disease generally kills patients within three years of diagnosis.
Gelesis is pouring money into its obesity "smart pill," and Novo reports weighty success among subjects taking liraglutide.
The drugmaker announced Wednesday that researchers would be able to access clinical trial data.
GlaxoSmithKline announced Tuesday its Phase-III drug from the Human Genome Sciences acquisition failed to hit its primary endpoint.