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Trial to Test Spherical Nanotech Brain Cancer Drug

An early-stage clinical trial will soon begin testing spherically-shaped nanoscale particles to treat glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. . . . → Read More: Trial to Test Spherical Nanotech Brain Cancer Drug

Growing Engineered Algae Outdoors Shown Feasible, Safe

A test of cultivating genetically engineered algae in outdoor tanks shows the production technique is feasible and does not pose risks to native algae populations. . . . → Read More: Growing Engineered Algae Outdoors Shown Feasible, Safe

Muscle Supplement Shown Safe, Active in Elderly

A clinical trial testing a dietary supplement to improve muscle function in older persons shows the derivative from pomegranates is safe and produces desired biological actions. . . . → Read More: Muscle Supplement Shown Safe, Active in Elderly

FDA Warns Cancer Fraud Product Providers

The Food and Drug Administration sent warning letters to 14 companies in the U.S. that the agency says are selling products fraudulently claiming to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure cancer. . . . → Read More: FDA Warns Cancer Fraud Product Providers

Research, Medical Groups Join Science March

A collection of 25 organizations representing a range of medical research and practice disciplines announced their participation in the March for Science set for Saturday, 22 April. . . . → Read More: Research, Medical Groups Join Science March

Factors IDed Boosting Post-Surgical Opioid Risk

An analysis of insurance claims identifies risk factors behind a sizeable number of people undergoing surgery becoming persistent users of opioid pain drugs long after their procedures. . . . → Read More: Factors IDed Boosting Post-Surgical Opioid Risk

FDA, Emulate to Test Organs-on-Chips for Drug Toxins

A joint venture between Food and Drug Administration and a developer of chip devices simulating human organs, is evaluating the chips as a way to test new drugs for toxic effects. . . . → Read More: FDA, Emulate to Test Organs-on-Chips for Drug Toxins

Phones, Algorithms Boost Adherence to Stroke Meds

Results from a clinical trial show a smartphone-based remote monitoring program helps stroke patients stay on their blood clot medications and improve their health. . . . → Read More: Phones, Algorithms Boost Adherence to Stroke Meds

FDA Shown Approving New Drugs Faster than Europe

An analysis of regulatory actions in the U.S. and Europe, shows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approves more new therapies and faster than the European Medicines Agency. . . . → Read More: FDA Shown Approving New Drugs Faster than Europe

Triple-Drug Inhaler Shown to Cut COPD Attacks

Results from a year-long clinical trial show that an inhaler with three types of drugs reduces the number of COPD attacks compared to a common single-drug inhaler. . . . → Read More: Triple-Drug Inhaler Shown to Cut COPD Attacks