The Trump administration’s budget includes a proposal to remove tobacco product oversight from the FDA.
Despite a pick-up in the pace of approvals the last few years, treatments are available for only 5% of the roughly 7,000 rare diseases.
Pennsylvania sues Juul for marketing to teens; Coronavirus gets an official name; Moderna prepares first trials to test coronavirus vaccine.
The new campaign from The Alliance for Positive Health includes e-cards with messages about safe sex to discourage the spread of STIs.
Honorees will be celebrated at an awards reception in NYC on May 12.
Trump proposes creating new agency to regulate tobacco products; Coronavirus infections surpass 40,000 globally; Two more Alzheimer’s drugs fail.
Health Monitor Network’s Maria Lissandrello discusses the channel’s ongoing content and technology evolution.
Health data is governed by laws nearly 25 years old, and as more types of health data are created, from fitness to biometric to genetic data, Washington can’t keep up.
Coronavirus spreads at Chinese hospital; WHO works with tech to combat misinformation; Gottlieb joins Illumina’s board.
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