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Scientists at Wake Forest Testing Lab-Grown Penises
Scientists at Wake Forest Testing Lab-Grown Penises
Botox Finds FDA Approval for Treating Crows Feet
Botox Finds FDA Approval for Treating Crows Feet
U.S. Sues Novartis Over Medicare Fraud
U.S. Sues Novartis Over Medicare Fraud
Miami Clinic Sued for Selling Banned Drugs to Players
Miami Clinic Sued for Selling Banned Drugs to Players
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Scientists at Wake Forest Testing Lab-Grown Penises

Scientists at Wake Forest Testing Lab-Grown Penises Summary: Scientists from the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine are preparing to test lab-grown penises this week in an effort to help those who need it. There is a team of scientists working at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2014

Botox Finds FDA Approval for Treating Crows Feet

Botox Finds FDA Approval for Treating Crows Feet On Wednesday, the FDA announced its approval for using Botox as a cosmetic for treating the wrinkles around eyes, that are traditionally termed as crow’s feet. Medically termed as lateral canthal lines, crow’s feet have no known medication in adults…>read more

No Comment September 12, 2013

U.S. Sues Novartis Over Medicare Fraud

U.S. Sues Novartis Over Medicare Fraud On Tuesday, the U.S. government filed a civil fraud lawsuit accusing a unit of Novartis AG of orchestrating claims based on fraudulent kickbacks and causing Medicare and Medicaid programs pay tens of millions of dollars. The suit was filed in…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2013

Miami Clinic Sued for Selling Banned Drugs to Players

Miami Clinic Sued for Selling Banned Drugs to Players On Friday, Major League Baseball filed a lawsuit against the owner of Miami-based clinic Biogenesis of America, and its owner, Anthony Bosch along with including several of his former business partners as defendants. The complaint alleged that the clinic damaged…>read more

No Comment March 25, 2013

FDA Commissioner Asks For New Regulations to Combat the Growing Menace of Sterile Compounds

FDA Commissioner Asks For New Regulations to Combat the Growing Menace of Sterile Compounds On Tuesday, the Commissioner of FDA, Margaret Hamburg, stated on the FDA blog, “FDA Voice” that a “new breed of specialty pharmacy compounding has evolved that has outgrown the law, and can pose a threat to the health of the…>read more

No Comment March 23, 2013

University of Berkeley and Eight Companies Warned by FDA Regarding Flu Medicines

University of Berkeley and Eight Companies Warned by FDA Regarding Flu Medicines Earlier this month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned several sellers of dietary supplements over claims made by them that their products helped fight the flu. Last Thursday, the FDA posted the letters on its website to make consumers…>read more

No Comment February 18, 2013

Australian Court Allows Patenting of Human Genetic Material

Australian Court Allows Patenting of Human Genetic Material On Friday, an Australian court ruled that genetic material related to cancer can be patented by two technology companies. A similar case is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court and scheduled for hearing on April 15. Cancer support groups opposed…>read more

No Comment February 15, 2013

Club 64 One of the First Marijuana Clubs Opens for New Years Celebration

Club 64 One of the First Marijuana Clubs Opens for New Years Celebration Club 64, a marijuana club, was the second of its kind to open in the entire nation. Following the legislation that legalized pot smoking, which was codified as the 64 constitutional amendment, smoking marijuana is permissible at home. But not…>read more

No Comment January 1, 2013

Reprogrammed AIDS Virus Successfully Cures Child of Leukemia

Reprogrammed AIDS Virus Successfully Cures Child of Leukemia Emma Whitehead, portrayed at center in the family’s picture on Facebook, had little chance to survive from leukemia. Chemotherapy was failing, and last year there were two relapses despite chemotherapy. The parents, after running out of known options, took her…>read more

No Comment December 10, 2012

7-Year Old Mykayla Comstock’s Parents Defend Her Use of Medical Marijuana

7-Year Old Mykayla Comstock’s Parents Defend Her Use of Medical Marijuana The nation is burning up over Mykayla Comstock, the 7-year-old Oregon leukemia patient who uses medical marijuana. One of the youngest members of the state’s Medical Marijuana Program, she was admitted to the program after a basketball-size tumor was found…>read more

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