A new study sheds light on a new drug that could end the flu as we know it. University of Washington researchers co-authored the study in the journal PLOS Pathogens. The revolutionary new drug is called HB36.6
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Researchers say new drug could end flu as we know it
Many people curse the for-profit medicine industry. But few know that the enclosure erected around affordable medicines is both relatively new and artificially imposed.
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Corporations Killed Medicine. Here’s How to Take It Back.
New drug policies some may consider too radical to consider are now before the General Assembly. The General Assembly will be asked to consider four proposals that are based on what supporters said is working in Canada and in Europe.
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Proposals would change Maryland drug policies
Among other reforms, the FDA will now convene advisory committees before approving any new drug applications for opioid painkillers that do not have abuse-deterrent properties. The FDA is also re-examining the risk-benefit paradigm for opioids, taking into …
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FDA Rethinks Opioid Approach Amid Drug Abuse Epidemic
In 2013, 14 people in Manchester, New Hampshire, died of drug overdose. Last year, this number increased to 69 fatal overdoses — but what’s even more alarming is the rise in overdose deaths caused by the synthetic opioid fentanyl. In 2013 only one fatal …
A new drug is on the rise, and it’s 50 times more powerful than heroin
While India is the biggest supplier of drugs to the United States, U.S. growth of most Indian companies has lagged over the past year due to a slowdown in the pace of new drug approvals, and consolidation between drug distributors there. A spate of U.S …
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Food and Drug Administration officials are calling for a sweeping overhaul of the agency’s approach to opioid medications, including renewed efforts to improve how opioids are approved, labeled, and prescribed. The initiative focuses on new policies to …
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FDA announces new plan to combat opioid abuse
A man is facing new drug charges after heroin was found on him while he was being booked into the Olmsted County Jail.
Man facing new charge after drugs found while being booked into jail
Designed anti-influenza protein HB36.6 (magenta) bound to the hemagglutinin from the H1N1 2009 pandemic virus. (Photo credit: Koday et al.) Antiviral drug effective before or after exposure.
New Drug Compound Fights Different Influenza Strains
The FDA will now hold expert advisory committees before approving any new drug application for an opioid that does not have abuse-deterrent properties, including a Pediatric Advisory Committee for pediatric opioid labeling. “I applaud the FDA and Dr …
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The Pediatric Cancer Community Applauds New FDA Opioid Policy