Don't be offended if your doctor writes that you're SOB, or that an exam detected BS.
A panel of cancer experts said Tuesday that the government should remove its endorsement of Roche's drug Avastin for breast cancer, after follow-up studies failed to show benefits for patients.
Federal health advisers said unanimously Tuesday that a follow-up study of the Roche drug Avastin failed to show meaningful benefits for breast cancer patients.
Dear Sgt. Shaft: Where do we stand now regarding Parkinson's disease being added as a presumptive disorder regarding benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs?
The World Trade Organization has launched a formal investigation into whether U.S. tobacco control laws are illegally preventing imports of clove-flavored cigarettes from Indonesia.
Federal health advisers said overwhelmingly that the Roche drug Avastin's approval for breast cancer should be withdrawn after follow-up studies failed to show meaningful benefits for patients.
Reprogrammed adult stem cells may not be as useful as first hoped as an alternative to the more controversial embryonic stem cell research, researchers found in articles published Monday.
A vaginal gel containing an AIDS drug cut in half a woman's chances of getting HIV from an infected partner.
For the first time, a vaginal gel has proved capable of blocking the AIDS virus: It cut in half a woman's chances of getting HIV from an infected partner in a study in South Africa. Scientists called it a breakthrough in the long quest for a tool to help women whose partners won't use condoms.