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More Damage Detected from Crispr-Cas9 Edits

Crispr genome edits illustration

A genetics lab in the U.K. revealed that a leading technique for editing genomes produces more unwanted damage to the edited genomes than previously understood. . . . → Read More: More Damage Detected from Crispr-Cas9 Edits

FDA Issues Draft Gene Therapy Regulatory Guidance

Editing DNA

FDA issued a series of draft documents spelling out its processes for reviewing gene therapies for three types of diseases, as well as producing and testing these treatments. . . . → Read More: FDA Issues Draft Gene Therapy Regulatory Guidance

Apps Seen Over-Diagnosing Mental Health Conditions

Mental health scrabble

A study of leading mobile apps for mental health indicates many apps promote their use with misleading guidance to individuals on the extent and seriousness of psychological conditions. . . . → Read More: Apps Seen Over-Diagnosing Mental Health Conditions

FDA Reviewers Found Accepting Industry Payments After Drug Approvals

Pills and dollars

A new report finds a large percentage of panel members that review drug applications for the Food and Drug Administration accept payments and other rewards from companies after their drugs are approved. . . . → Read More: FDA Reviewers Found Accepting Industry Payments After Drug Approvals

Cannabis Drug Approved by FDA for Rare, Severe Seizures

Cannabis plant

A drug based on chemicals derived from cannabis plants was approved by Food and Drug Administration for marketing in the U.S. to treat seizures associated with two rare and severe forms of epilepsy. . . . → Read More: Cannabis Drug Approved by FDA for Rare, Severe Seizures

Is Your Home Business Legal?

If you are starting up, or already have, here are some things that you need to do, to ensure your business is legal. . . . → Read More: Is Your Home Business Legal?

Infographic – Where the World Ships its Plastic Waste

Plastic waste imports

Our friends at Statista posted a chart underscoring the great urgency for this kind of plastic material, this weekend’s infographic. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Where the World Ships its Plastic Waste

FDA Issues Guidance on Patient Experience Data Collection

Scott Gottlieb

The Food and Drug Administration issued draft regulatory guidance outlining methods for collecting data from patients that the agency says will help improve evaluations of more precisely targeted drugs. . . . → Read More: FDA Issues Guidance on Patient Experience Data Collection

Infographic – Cloning Gains More U.S. Support

Acceptability of cloning

Although still a minority, about 4 in 10 of those polled by the Gallup organization in May of 2018 say they find the cloning of animals morally acceptable, a marked increase from 2010 and 2002. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Cloning Gains More U.S. Support

FDA Delays Crispr Trial for Inherited Blood Diseases

Crispr-Cas9 illustration

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration put a hold on beginning a clinical trial of the emerging genome editing technique known as Crispr to treat inherited blood disorders. . . . → Read More: FDA Delays Crispr Trial for Inherited Blood Diseases