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April 21, 2018  
MEDTECH NEWS: Latest Headline Archives
May 10, 2010
Going for Gold With a Novel Interventional Radiology Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer

February 17, 2010
Foam Bones: A New Generation of Biomedical Implants

January 27, 2010
Tongue-Controlled Wheelchair Holds Hope for the Quadriplegics and Others

November 17, 2009
Can ‘Report Cards’ on Clinics Improve Patient Care?

September 15, 2005
Going out Green – Boomers Reinvent the Funeral Industry

August 18, 2005
The Dutch Debate Euthanasia for Infants

October 21, 2004
Man Undergoes Web-Arranged Transplant

October 05, 2004
States Launch Prescription Drug Program

September 21, 2004
More Medical Devices Needed for Babies

September 21, 2004
Doctors Ready to Perform Face Transplant

August 25, 2004
FDA OKs New Blood Test for Babies

August 25, 2004
Myeloma Institute Gets $18 Million Grant

August 25, 2004
Hospital Starts Angioplasty First Plan

August 23, 2004
N.C. Hospital Offers Movie With MRI Scan

August 21, 2004
Emergency Room Closures Strain L.A.

August 20, 2004
Anthrax-Vaccinated Blood Taken

August 18, 2004
Study: Tests May Make Donated Tissue Safer

August 17, 2004
Radiation, Drugs Help With Prostate Cancer

August 16, 2004
Scientists Work on Cure for Nerve Disease

August 16, 2004
FDA Approves Device to Clear Blood Clots

August 14, 2004
Computer Games Teach Nutrition to Needy

August 12, 2004
Flu Shot Effective More Than Half the Time

August 12, 2004
Cleveland Clinic Developing Heart Pumps

August 11, 2004
Deaths Raise Fears Over Stomach Stapling

August 11, 2004
FDA Approves Dirty Bomb Antidotes

August 11, 2004
FDA Takes Medical Device Co. to Court

August 10, 2004
Group Neutralizes Allergy-Causing Protein

August 09, 2004
Doctors Place Hope in Baby Pacemakers

August 09, 2004
Ohio Hospital to Open Breast Milk Bank

August 06, 2004
Tracheotomy Tubes Recalled After Deaths

August 05, 2004
Twins From Philippines Are Separated

August 04, 2004
Twins Joined at the Head Have Surgery

August 03, 2004
Hospitals Move Toward Paperless Age

August 02, 2004
Maggots Make Medical Comeback

August 01, 2004
Patients Face Long Wait for Colonoscopies

August 01, 2004
Rush for Colonoscopies Taxes Health Care

July 29, 2004
Firm Asks FDA to OK Home Defibrillators

July 29, 2004
Drug-Coated Stent for Legs to Be Tested

July 28, 2004
Study Finds MRIs Better on Breast Cancer

July 23, 2004
Record Number of Flu Vaccines to Be Made

July 21, 2004
Britain Loosens Rules on Embryo Screening

July 20, 2004
Ind. Patients' Records to Be Online

July 20, 2004
FDA OKs Botox to Curb Underarm Sweating

July 19, 2004
Co. Wants Non-Prescription Defibrillators

July 16, 2004
AIDS Meeting Warns of Global Dangers

July 15, 2004
Illinois to Allow HIV Organ Tansplants

July 15, 2004
Red Cross Issues Urgent Call for Blood

July 14, 2004
Activists Demand Drug Maker Halt AIDS Test

July 14, 2004
Kleenex to Sell Tissue That Kills Viruses

July 11, 2004
Study Shows HIV Test Possible During Labor

July 10, 2004
U.N. Experts Call for Routine HIV Testing

July 09, 2004
France OKs Law Allowing Embryo Research

July 07, 2004
Powell Promotes Prostate Cancer Testing

July 06, 2004
Experts Study Hand, Face Transplant Drugs

July 05, 2004
Tumor Is Removed While Liver Outside Body

July 05, 2004
New Technique to Find Animal Brain Tumors

July 02, 2004
Hospital Uses Pill With Camera Inside

July 01, 2004
Three Transplant Patients Die of Rabies

June 30, 2004
Implanted Device Relieves Man of Hiccups

June 28, 2004
FDA Approves Leeches As Medical Devices

June 28, 2004
More Women Seemingly Choosing C-Sections

June 25, 2004
Government to Expand Use of Oral HIV Test

June 24, 2004
SARS Vaccine Shows Promise in Tests

June 24, 2004
CDC: More People With Cancer Surviving

June 24, 2004
CDC Funds Lyme Disease Research

June 23, 2004
100M Doses of Flu Shots to Be Available

June 23, 2004
Study: Breast Milk Compound Kills Warts

June 23, 2004
Gene Mutation Found in Muscle Man Toddler

June 21, 2004
Doctors Must Double-Check Before Surgery

June 21, 2004
Study Says Few Women Get Annual Mammograms

June 21, 2004
Cancer May Be Responsible for 'Chemobrain'

June 18, 2004
EPA Gives Grant to Leukemia Cluster Study

June 17, 2004
CDC: Screening Reduces Strep B in Infants

June 17, 2004
Study: Liposuction Won't Improve Health

June 16, 2004
FDA Panel Wants Nerve Stimulator Approved

June 15, 2004
AMA Opposes Feds on Morning-After Pill

June 14, 2004
Infections Seen From Cosmetic Surgeries

June 11, 2004
Scientists Link Molecule, Asthma Therapy

June 10, 2004
Advisers Urge Women to Get Mammograms

June 09, 2004
FDA May Phase Out Certain Asthma Inhalers

June 08, 2004
Researchers Study Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

June 07, 2004
Better Eye Tests Urged for Kids Under 5

June 07, 2004
Study Examines Deaths at Pediatric ICUs

June 01, 2004
Low-Income Medicare Card Enrollment Slow

May 31, 2004
Many Don't Get Full Dose of Chemo

May 28, 2004
Hospital Fined; MD Lied for Transplants

May 28, 2004
Court Upholds Denial of Stent Injunction

May 26, 2004
Study Finds Flaws in PSA Cancer Tests

May 26, 2004
Artificial Heart Implanted in Ky. Man

May 23, 2004
Nerve Fibers Regrown in Spines of Rats

May 20, 2004
FDA Sets New Rules on Tissue Donation

May 20, 2004
Hospital Offers Quick Down Syndrome Test

May 20, 2004
Government OKs Bone Marrow Medication

May 18, 2004
Diet Device Makes You Take Smaller Bites

May 18, 2004
Medtronic Recalls Insulin Infusion Sets

May 18, 2004
Ear Implants Work Best When Started Young

May 18, 2004
When to Quit Medical Tests Remains Murky

May 13, 2004
Family Sues Over Kidney Transplant Death

May 13, 2004
Study Compares Colon Cancer Surgeries

May 10, 2004
Scientists Find New Way to Attack TB

May 10, 2004
Pregnancy Thryroid Testing Being Debated

May 09, 2004
Telemedicine on Rise in U.S. Military

May 07, 2004
Experts Comment on Angioplasty X-Rays

May 07, 2004
Bill May Let People With HIV Give Organs

May 07, 2004
Morning-After Pill Not OK Over-The-Counter

May 05, 2004
Study Examines Insulin-Producing Cells

May 04, 2004
Silicon to Be Used in Liver Cancer Trials

May 04, 2004
Virus Protein Shells Can Be Broken

May 03, 2004
New Ear Infection Guidelines Released

April 30, 2004
Medicare Drugs Web Site Has Inaccuracies

April 30, 2004
Doctors: 'E-Nose' Can Sniff Out Ailments

April 29, 2004
FDA Finds Possible New Risks of Bowel Drug

April 28, 2004
DNA 'Computer' Able to Detect Cancer

April 28, 2004
FDA Reins in Makers of Pancreatic Enzymes

April 27, 2004
Dental X-Rays Might Lead to Small Babies

April 25, 2004
Study: Inhalant Helps in Lung Translants

April 23, 2004
Genetic Engineering Duo Wins Prize

April 23, 2004
Hospitals Campaign for Organ Donations

April 23, 2004
Woman Gives Twin Ovary for Transplant

April 22, 2004
Mass. Senator Renews Stem Cell Fight

April 22, 2004
Patch Helps New Yorkers Quit Smoking

April 22, 2004
Ky. Hospital to Use Blood Substitute

April 22, 2004
FDA Approves New Parkinson's Drug

April 22, 2004
FDA Panel Cautiously Backs New Stent

April 21, 2004
Study: Diabetics Often Go Without Medicine

April 21, 2004
Study: New Bypass Technique Holds Promise

April 19, 2004
Researchers Warn About Hormone Magnifiers

April 19, 2004
Organ Donors Provide Gift of Life

April 18, 2004
Progress Seen on Male Version of the Pill

April 16, 2004
Medtronic Warns of Defibrillator Problems

April 16, 2004
FDA Warning on Nicotine Patches Cleared

April 15, 2004
Doctors Marvel at Tiny Transplant Survivor

April 15, 2004
Study: Test-Tube Multiple Births Decline

April 14, 2004
FDA Approves Human Brain Implant Devices

April 14, 2004
Researchers Criticize Virtual Colonoscopy

April 08, 2004
6 Get West Nile From Blood Transfusions

April 08, 2004
Novartis Licensing Technology for Drugs

April 07, 2004
U.S. Recalls Rabies Vaccine for Humans

April 06, 2004
Kits Claim to Help You Choose Baby's Sex

April 05, 2004
Study Links ADHD Drugs to Growth Delays

March 31, 2004
Study Questions Value of Inflammation Test

March 31, 2004
Study: SARS Vaccine Shows Promise in Mice

March 31, 2004
Many Not Having Mammograms Under Medicare

March 30, 2004
WSU to Begin Testing for Mad Cow Disease

March 26, 2004
More Faulty Tests at Maryland Hospital

March 24, 2004
Study: Preemie Lung Treatment Might Harm

March 23, 2004
Doctors: Chemo Could Help People With MS

March 23, 2004
UMass Researchers to Test AIDS Vaccine

March 19, 2004
Baby Girl Survives Eight-Organ Transplant

March 18, 2004
Medicare Weighs Defibrillator Coverage

March 17, 2004
Artificial Heart Closer to U.S. Market

March 16, 2004
Skin Patch Helps Patients Relieve Pain

March 13, 2004
Bill Would Let HIV Patients Donate Organs

March 13, 2004
Emergency Mask for Civilians Approved

March 12, 2004
New Device Helps Reshape Damaged Hearts

March 10, 2004
Panel: Organ Donors Should Know Risks

March 10, 2004
Study Suggests Ovaries Can Be Recharged

March 08, 2004
New Knee Surgery Offers Speedy Recovery

March 08, 2004
At-Home Device Would Check Blood Thinning

March 08, 2004
Tracking Hospital Infections Low Priority

March 07, 2004
Drug-Coated Stents Aid Angioplasties

March 07, 2004
Iraq War Amputees Get New Limbs, New Life

March 05, 2004
New Children's Heart Pump May Save Lives

March 05, 2004
Boston Scientific's New Stent Is Approved

March 04, 2004
Abiocor Heart Implanted in 12th Patient

March 03, 2004
Scientists Retract Vaccine-Autism Link

March 01, 2004
MedImmune Plans to Keep FluMist Alive

February 29, 2004
Insomnia Drug Gets Tentative Approval

February 29, 2004
Experts Urge Tools for Women's Health

February 29, 2004
Report: Harvard Plans Stem Cell Center

February 25, 2004
Study May Bring Sickle Cell Breakthrough

February 25, 2004
Study: Monkey's Protein Prevents HIV

February 25, 2004
FDA Requiring Bar Codes on Hospital Drugs

February 25, 2004
FDA Puts Hold on Mich. Infant Supplement

February 25, 2004
10 Nations Take Part in Anti-Polio Drive

February 24, 2004
Monitoring Own Blood Pressure May Help

February 24, 2004
Scientists Test Potential of Bird Flu

February 24, 2004
Chemical PBDE Showing Up in Breast Milk

February 24, 2004
J&J, Guidant to Co-Promote Heart Stents

February 24, 2004
Mich. Hospital Trying to Eliminate Errors

February 24, 2004
Bush Unveils Plan in Fight Against AIDS

February 24, 2004
Panel Presents Report on Leukemia Cluster

February 22, 2004
Nations to Discuss Biotech Safety Rules

February 20, 2004
Conjoined Twins Undergoing 3rd Operation

February 19, 2004
E-Mail Used to Alert of STD Exposure

February 19, 2004
Experimental Vaccine May Stop Lung Cancer

February 19, 2004
Artificial Blood Tested Without Consent

February 19, 2004
Flu Vaccine Change Set for Next Year

February 18, 2004
Small Babies Augur Later Stillborn Risk

February 18, 2004
New Test Could Fine-Tune Antibiotic Use

February 17, 2004
HIV Growth Rates Surge in Russia, Ukraine

February 16, 2004
Tests Suggest Some Predisposed to Smoke

February 16, 2004
Germany Launches HIV/AIDS Vaccine Trial

February 14, 2004
Woman Endures Surgeries to Lengthen Limbs

February 14, 2004
FDA Postpones Morning-After Pill Decision

February 13, 2004
Docs Aim to Reduce Blood Infection Deaths

February 13, 2004
Gates Fund Donates $82.9M for TB Shots

February 12, 2004
U.S.: Bird Flu Vaccine Could Be Produced

February 12, 2004
Stem Cell Procedure Mixes New, Old Ways

February 12, 2004
Researchers Make Cloning Breakthrough

February 11, 2004
Charity Gets Breast Cancer Gene Patent

February 09, 2004
Stopping Newborn AIDS May Harm Mothers

February 07, 2004
Infant Girl Dies After 2nd Head Removed

February 07, 2004
Surgeons Remove Second Head From Infant

February 06, 2004
Team Seeks Reassurance on Polio Vaccine

February 06, 2004
Tiny Medical Corkscrew Can Stop Strokes

February 06, 2004
Study Assesses Birth Risks After C-Section

February 05, 2004
U.N. OKs Limited Bird Flu Vaccinations

February 05, 2004
FDA OKs Drug for Asbestos-Related Cancer

February 04, 2004
Boy, Girl Born From 12-Year-Old Embryos

February 03, 2004
Protein May Be Linked to Colon Cancer

February 03, 2004
Homocysteine Level Eyed in Stroke Study

February 03, 2004
HRT Trial Halted Because of Cancer Risk

February 02, 2004
FDA OKs Inhaler for Pulmonary Problems

February 02, 2004
Blood Patterns May Help Spot Cancer Early

January 30, 2004
Man Gets $108,000 From Fertility Clinic

January 30, 2004
School Uses Cells From Aborted Fetuses

January 30, 2004
Conjoined Twin Girls Die in Texas

January 27, 2004
Researchers Identify Tremor Disorder

January 27, 2004
FDA Approves Drug to Help Sleep Disorders

January 25, 2004
Bird Flu Vaccine Not Likely for 6 Months

January 24, 2004
Hand Transplant Recipient Doing Well

January 22, 2004
Surgery on 176-Pound Tumor Is Successful

January 21, 2004
FluMist to Be Donated to Health Agencies

January 21, 2004
More Tissue Banks Must Register With FDA

January 21, 2004
WHO Seeks New Vaccine for Bird Flu

January 20, 2004
Radiation May Help After Cancer Surgery

January 19, 2004
Cancer Treatment Gets Mixed Review

January 16, 2004
Ky. Man Tells of Life With Heart Device

January 15, 2004
NYC Hospital Resumes Liver Transplants

January 15, 2004
Study Links Leukemia, Gene Combination

January 15, 2004
Nations Plan on 250M Polio Immunizations

January 14, 2004
Swedes Testing New Steroid Detection Kit

January 14, 2004
Mass. Panel to Probe Obesity Surgery

January 13, 2004
Antibiotics May Help Stop Stomach Cancer

January 12, 2004
Boston Creates Center for Patient Safety

January 11, 2004
Compound May Improve Treatment for Asthma

January 06, 2004
Experts Seek Analysis of Human Mad Cow

January 06, 2004
U.K. Further Restricts Embryo Implants

January 06, 2004
Synthetic Venom May Relieve Cancer Pain

January 02, 2004
N.C. Surgeons Work to Correct Eye Disease

December 29, 2003
FDA OKs U.S. Sale of 10-Minute HIV Test

December 29, 2003
Mont. Officials Promote Organ Donation

December 29, 2003
Red Cross Issues Blood Donation Appeal

December 29, 2003
N.H. Scientists Examine Meningitis Cases

December 26, 2003
R.I. Hospital to Resume Stomach Procedure

December 24, 2003
Chemo-Stem Cell Combo Fights Bone Cancer

December 24, 2003
Study: Sugar Can Ease McArdle's Disease

December 23, 2003
FDA Warns Public of Illegal Flu Vaccine

December 23, 2003
PET/CT Scans Praised in Cancer Study

December 22, 2003
FDA Dismisses Two Breast Implant Petitions

December 20, 2003
Accrediting Body Outlines Pap Procedures

December 19, 2003
China Hospitals Hand in SARS Lab Samples

December 19, 2003
Ex-Doctor Claims Pap Tests Were Falsified

December 16, 2003
FDA to Debate Morning-After Prescription

December 15, 2003
Mich. Health Center Offers Body Scans

December 12, 2003
Possible Ebola Treatment Shows Promise

December 08, 2003
Early Treatment Can Help Babies' Eyes

December 08, 2003
Flu Shot Shortage May Raise FluMist Sales

December 08, 2003
States Teach Organ Donation in Drivers Ed

December 05, 2003
Two Flu Shot Makers Run Out of Vaccine

December 04, 2003
N.Y. Panel OKs New Liver Transplant Rules

December 04, 2003
New Test May Help Breast Cancer Patients

December 04, 2003
Doctors Praise FCC-Banned Heart Device

December 03, 2003
Batch of Sleep Apnea Masks Recalled

December 03, 2003
EU Fails to Agree on Stem Cell Funding

December 03, 2003
Study Questions Some PSA Prostate Tests

December 02, 2003
Study Finds Pancreas Transplants Riskier

December 02, 2003
Value of Prostate Blood Test Examined

December 01, 2003
Popularity of Obesity Surgery Increases

December 01, 2003
Scientists Get Images of West Nile Virus

December 01, 2003
Popularity of Obesity Surgery Growing

December 01, 2003
New Discovery on HIV AIDS Leaves One Carrier Guarded

November 28, 2003
Study: First Caesarean Increases Risk

November 27, 2003
Study: Nitric Oxide Helps Some Preemies

November 26, 2003
Cuba Develops Cheaper Meningitis Vaccine

November 26, 2003
Genentech's New Cancer Drug Stumbles

November 26, 2003
Calif. Boy Dies After Stem Cell Transplant

November 26, 2003
Funding Limits Don't Slow Cell Research

November 26, 2003
Heart Technique Reportedly Lessens Pain

November 26, 2003
Speciality Hospitals Face Clampdown

November 25, 2003
FDA Moves to Allay Concerns Over Stent

November 25, 2003
FDA Approves Drug for Prostate Cancer

November 25, 2003
Swedish Woman Gets 6 Organs Transplanted

November 25, 2003
Surgeons Finish Conjoined Boys' Operation

November 21, 2003
Nurse Dies During Weight-Reduction Surgery

November 20, 2003
Panel Suggests Electronic Health Records

November 19, 2003
FDA May Require Tests for Drugs for Kids

November 19, 2003
Human Trials Start on Ebola Vaccine

November 18, 2003
Instant Screening of Newborns Urged

November 18, 2003
Ore. Judge Rejects Life Support Request

November 18, 2003
Egyptian Twins Await Skull Reconstruction

November 17, 2003
Simple Test Helps Identify Lung Killer

November 14, 2003
Diabetes in Developing Nations May Double

November 13, 2003
Study: Lowest Is Best for Bad Cholesterol

November 12, 2003
Company Says Baby Formula Lacked Vitamin

November 11, 2003
Panel Slams Use of Approved Stem Cells

November 10, 2003
Canada Cracks Down on Drugs for Americans

November 03, 2003
Study Clears Vaccines Containing Mercury

October 31, 2003
Team Creates Vaccine-Evading Mousepox Virus

October 30, 2003
Pill Better at Blocking Organ Rejection

October 30, 2003
Nigeria to Test Polio Vaccines for HIV

October 30, 2003
New Stem Cell Lines to Be Made Available

October 29, 2003
FDA Issues Warning on Stent Side Effect

October 28, 2003
CDC Focuses on Public Health Threats

October 25, 2003
Experts Organize SARS Treatment Strategy

October 23, 2003
Separated Egyptian Twins Breathing on Own

October 22, 2003
SARS Experts Want Tighter Testing Process

October 22, 2003
Researchers Isolate Degenerative Eye Gene

October 22, 2003
Second Separated Twin Now Breathes on Own

October 21, 2003
U.S. Doctors Do More Breast Cancer Tests

October 20, 2003
Doctors Take One Twin Off Ventilator

October 15, 2003
FDA Panel Recommends Lifting Silicone Ban

October 14, 2003
Youngest Robotic Surgery Patient Recovers

October 14, 2003
FDA Mulls Silicone-Gel Breast Implants

October 13, 2003
Success Reported in New Fertility Method

October 13, 2003
Conjoined Twins From Egypt Separated

October 12, 2003
Stomach 'Pacemaker' May Suppress Appetite

October 12, 2003
Twins 'Doing Well' in Separation Surgery

October 11, 2003
Egyptian Twins in Separation Surgery

October 08, 2003
Down Syndrome Test Combo Shows Promise

October 08, 2003
N.C. Teen Gets Drug for Fabry's Disease

October 07, 2003
Male Contraceptive Results Show Promise

October 06, 2003
AIDS Vaccine Trials Now Include Humans

October 04, 2003
Lawmakers to Defray E-Prescription Costs

October 02, 2003
Experimental Lung Cancer Drug Flops

October 01, 2003
VaxGen Wins Anthrax Vaccine Contract

October 01, 2003
British Women Lose Frozen Embryos Case

September 29, 2003
Anthrax Antidotes Slow to Arrive

September 28, 2003
N.C. Approves Sterilization Compensation

September 27, 2003
Mail Irradiation Part of Anthrax Legacy

September 26, 2003
Technology May Deter Counterfeit Drugs

September 26, 2003
Duke Hospital Comes Up With Safety Plan

September 25, 2003
Flu Shot Supply Expected to Be Plentiful

September 24, 2003
Test-Tube Baby Meets Her First Doctor

September 22, 2003
Beat the Flu This Year With Nasal Spray

September 22, 2003
Gene Linked to Stroke Risk Is Identified

September 20, 2003
Reservations Complicate Organ Transplant

September 13, 2003
FDA OKs New Type of Skin Care Antibiotic

September 11, 2003
Sugar May Extend Life of Blood Platelets

September 11, 2003
Doctors Separate Girls Joined at Stomach

September 10, 2003
Medtronic: Insulin Pumps Not Waterproof

September 08, 2003
Parents Say in Vitro Costly, but Worth It

September 06, 2003
FDA Approves New Birth-Control Pill

September 05, 2003
Ore. Man Survives Two Heart Transplants

September 05, 2003
Schools to Develop Bioterrorism Vaccines

September 05, 2003
Researchers to Hand Out SARS Test Kits

September 04, 2003
Group Tests Uranium for Battling Cancer

September 01, 2003
Anthrax Vaccine Undergoes Early Tests

September 01, 2003
Price of Heart Device May Mean Rationing

August 31, 2003
Blood Pressure Drug Eyed in Heart Study

August 29, 2003
Drug OK'd to Reduce Spread of Herpes

August 29, 2003
Ground Zero Workers' Health Woes Persist

August 28, 2003
West Nile Vaccine Prevents Bird Deaths

August 28, 2003
Various Tissues Used to Rebuild Heart

August 27, 2003
Drug May Help Heart Transplant Patients

August 25, 2003
Women Turn to New Breast Cancer Treatment

August 24, 2003
Blind Man's Restored Vision Is Studied

August 21, 2003
Human Tongue Transplant Patient Released

August 21, 2003
Newlywed Gets Transplant From Husband

August 20, 2003
Study Praises Angioplasty Effectiveness

August 19, 2003
Indian Co. Working on New Anthrax Vaccine

August 18, 2003
West Nile Monkey Vaccine Shows Promise

August 18, 2003
Parkinson's Gene Therapy Study Begins

August 18, 2003
Doctors Promote Experimental Heart Pump

August 18, 2003
Smallpox Shot May Retain Lengthy Immunity

August 17, 2003
Smallpox Vaccine May Last Years Longer

August 16, 2003
Botswana Conducting AIDS Vaccine Trials

August 13, 2003
Organ Donation Rates Examined in Study

August 13, 2003
Boston Co. Working on Way to Freeze Eggs

August 12, 2003
Panel Recommends Against Smallpox Shots

August 11, 2003
West Nile Vaccine Said Effective on Mice

August 11, 2003
Voluntary Smallpox Shots Maybe Not Enough

August 08, 2003
South Africa Plans AIDS Drug Distribution

August 08, 2003
CDC: No 2-Drug Therapy for Latent TB

August 08, 2003
U.K. Study Probes Hormones, Breast Cancer

August 06, 2003
New, Fast Ebola Vaccine Protects Monkeys

August 06, 2003
FDA Seeks Speedier Medical Devices Review

August 05, 2003
Study: Cervical Cancer Vaccine Can Wane

August 05, 2003
New Way to Chart ICU Patients Helpful

August 04, 2003
Panel Recommends Vaccine Program Changes

August 04, 2003
Nation's Govs. Want Medicare Compromise

July 31, 2003
CDC Focuses on Late-Vaccinated Toddlers

July 31, 2003
Fewer Women to Need Annual Cervix Testing

July 31, 2003
Conjoined Twins Have Abdominal Surgery

July 30, 2003
Child Cochlear Implants May Have Risk

July 30, 2003
Sunbeam Could Be Used for Laser Surgery

July 30, 2003
GAO Says Hospitals Unprepared for SARS

July 28, 2003
Anthrax Treatment May Not Be Sufficient

July 28, 2003
Study: Selective Thyroid Boost May Help

July 24, 2003
World Notes Fertility Treatment Progress

July 23, 2003
Growth Hormone Fights Ulcerative Colitis

July 22, 2003
Radiation Linked to Breast Cancer Risk

July 22, 2003
New Ways Sought to Treat Mentally Ill

July 21, 2003
FDA Reconsiders Ban on Breast Implants

July 21, 2003
Doctors Debate Curbing Ipecac Treatment

July 16, 2003
Studies: Mite-Proof Bed Covers No Relief

July 14, 2003
Couric's Exam Sparks Colonoscopy Craze

July 10, 2003
Researchers Find Test for Bioweapons

July 10, 2003
Type of 'Nortrel' Contraceptive Recalled

July 09, 2003
New Blood Test May Help With MS Diagnosis

July 09, 2003
Fraternal Twins Sharing Placenta Studied

July 09, 2003
Stem Cell Research Plan Faces Opposition

July 09, 2003
FDA Approves New West Nile Virus Test

July 08, 2003
Experts Endorse Chilling in Some Patients

July 08, 2003
Clots Prompt Warning Over New Stents

July 07, 2003
FDA OKs New Device to Manage Diabetes

July 02, 2003
Studies Challenge Breast Cancer Treatment

July 02, 2003
Study Shows in Vitro Children Healthy

July 01, 2003
Study Says Feeding Tubes May Be Overused

June 30, 2003
New Guidelines OK Defibrillators for Kids

June 30, 2003
Children Born From Lab Eggs Healthy

June 30, 2003
FDA OKs Bexxar for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

June 30, 2003
Experts Hope EU Will Research Stem Cells

June 29, 2003
Gene Therapy Promise With Piece of Virus

June 28, 2003
New Drug-Coated Stents Exceeds Supply

June 27, 2003
Study Examines Stem Cells Planted in Rats

June 25, 2003
Dust Monitor May Stop Black Lung Disease

June 24, 2003
Hormone Pills May Spur Breast Cancer

June 20, 2003
New Asthma Treatment Gets FDA Approval

June 19, 2003
New Mass. Institute Researches Genetics

June 18, 2003
New MRI Able to Pinpoint Smaller Tumors

June 17, 2003
FDA Approves First Nasal-Mist Flu Vaccine

June 17, 2003
AMA Endorses Cloning for Research

June 17, 2003
Aortic Abdominal Graft Production to End

June 16, 2003
Woman Regains Voice After Throat Surgery

June 16, 2003
Scientists Find Manic-Depression Gene

June 15, 2003
Bone Marrow Transplant Pioneer Dies at 81

June 14, 2003
Artificial Heart Recipient's Widow Settles

June 13, 2003
Med Device Maker Pleads Guilty to Felonies

June 12, 2003
Alternatives to Human Stem Cells Promoted

June 12, 2003
Co. Accused of Hiding Heart Valve Defects

June 11, 2003
Crucell to Develop West Nile Vaccine

June 11, 2003
Iranian Twins Joined at Head Face Surgery

June 10, 2003
Ex-Senator Urges Men to Get Mammograms

June 09, 2003
FDA OKs Low Dose of Hormone Drug Prempro

June 04, 2003
Study Suggests Puberty-Breast Cancer Link

June 03, 2003
Two Painkillers Fail to Slow Alzheimer's

June 02, 2003
Eye Surgeons Excited About New Procedure

June 02, 2003
Two New Cancer Drugs Show Promise

June 02, 2003
Rural Clinics Provide More Mammograms

June 01, 2003
Researchers Use Microbes to Fight Malaria

June 01, 2003
Study: ImClone Drug Helps Cancer Patients

June 01, 2003
Study: Halting Blood Supply Fights Cancer

May 31, 2003
Scientists Regenerate Cell for Hearing

May 31, 2003
Group Proposes Organ Donor Incentives

May 27, 2003
Blacks' DNA to Be Used in Disease Study

May 24, 2003
Generic Drugs OK to Look Like Originals

May 22, 2003
Group: Patents Making Drugs Too Costly

May 21, 2003
German Dialysis Researchers Face Scrutiny

May 20, 2003
FDA Clears Drug for Rare Child Leukemia

May 20, 2003
Lung Surgery May Help Some With Emphysema

May 19, 2003
New Back Discs Move Closer to U.S. Use

May 19, 2003
Colon Cancer Drug Shows Some Good Results

May 16, 2003
Texas Patient Receives Artificial Heart

May 16, 2003
Cancer Society Endorses Mammograms

May 14, 2003
FDA OKs Treatment for Blood Cancer

May 14, 2003
Ill. Lifts Prescriptions on Needles

May 14, 2003
FDA Criticized on Tissue Transplants

May 14, 2003
Researchers: Cold Drug May Fight SARS

May 13, 2003
FDA OKs Treatment for Multiple Myeloma

May 12, 2003
Hospital Marks Heart-Lung Machine Advance

May 11, 2003
Pneumonia Vaccine May Hold Heart Benefits

May 07, 2003
Aggressive Bone Cancer Treatment Touted

May 06, 2003
Altered Cold Virus Kills Tumors in Mice

May 06, 2003
3M Seeks FDA Approval for Drug Aldara

May 05, 2003
FDA OKs Last-Chance Drug for Lung Cancer

May 04, 2003
Cancer Said Side Effect of Gene Therapy

May 03, 2003
Separated Guatemala Twin Has Operation

May 02, 2003
Mutating SARS Virus Hampering Diagnosis

May 01, 2003
Study: Chemical May Improve Aging Brains

May 01, 2003
Experts Authenticate SARS Genetic Pattern

May 01, 2003
FDA Approves New Test to Monitor Asthma

April 30, 2003
New Pneumonia Vaccine Showing Results

April 30, 2003
FDA OKs Therapy for Rare Genetic Disease

April 30, 2003
Cholesterol Researchers Win Medical Prize

April 30, 2003
Doctors Identify Pacemaker Malfunction

April 30, 2003
Possible Drug Targets Found for Anthrax

April 30, 2003
Artificial Heart Plan Raises Questions

April 29, 2003
World Bank OKs Polio Eradication Campaign

April 28, 2003
Parents Seek Expanded Newborn Testing

April 28, 2003
Researchers Develop Cancer-Resistant Mice

April 25, 2003
Test to Detect SARS Virus Inconsistent

April 24, 2003
FDA Approves Fabry's Disease Treatment

April 24, 2003
Chicago Doctor Donates Kidney to Patient

April 24, 2003
FDA OKs Stent to Improve Heart Treatment

April 22, 2003
Search Narrows for SARS Treatment

April 21, 2003
Co. Inquires on Morning-After Pill Sale

April 21, 2003
Pacemaker Charity Hurt by Its Own Growth

April 19, 2003
Recipient of Artificial Heart Dies

April 17, 2003
New Tests to Distinguish SARS From Colds

April 17, 2003
CDC Tries New Strategies in HIV Battle

April 16, 2003
Gene Found for Aging Disease in Children

April 16, 2003
Surgical Gel Sales Halted Pending Probe

April 16, 2003
Stem Cells May Repair Damage From MS

April 15, 2003
Doctors Save Baby of Pregnant SARS Victim

April 11, 2003
VA Study Examines Heart Attack Victims

April 11, 2003
FDA OKs Regimen for Transplant Patients

April 11, 2003
Most Don't Need Masks to Stave Off SARS

April 11, 2003
FDA to Review Treatment for Hot Flashes

April 10, 2003
SARS Fears Spikes Demand for Masks

April 09, 2003
U.S. Tests 2,000 Drugs for SARS Treatment

April 09, 2003
Woman Sues Pathologist Over Medical Error

April 09, 2003
Army Tests 2,000 Drugs for SARS Treatment

April 09, 2003
British Court Reaffirms Embryo Screening

April 09, 2003
CDC Says Hospital Stays Get Shorter

April 09, 2003
Postal Service Tests Anthrax Detection

April 08, 2003
Doctors Recommend Potassium Iodide Stores

April 07, 2003
Schools Get Medical Advice on Internet

April 07, 2003
Teen Emerges From More Than Yearlong Coma

April 03, 2003
New TB Blood Test Shows Promise

April 03, 2003
FDA Issues Spine-Fracture Reminder

April 02, 2003
CDC Has Test to Confirm Mystery Illness

March 31, 2003
Cell Injections Help Some Heart Patients

March 31, 2003
Cervical Cancer Test May Be Widely Used

March 30, 2003
Expensive New Stents May Save Money

March 30, 2003
Parkinson's Drug Shows Surprising Results

March 28, 2003
FDA OKs Lotion to Fight Chemical Attack

March 28, 2003
Univ. to Use Internet to Trace Med Errors

March 26, 2003
Feds Warn Heart Patients on Smallpox Shot

March 26, 2003
FDA Approves Treatment for Growth Disease

March 26, 2003
FDA OKs Anti-Nausea Pill for Chemotherapy

March 26, 2003
Heart Patients Warned of Smallpox Vaccine

March 24, 2003
Study Promises Help for Bladder Disorder

March 23, 2003
Mystery Illness Diagnosis Being Tested

March 22, 2003
Biotech Company Wins Cloning Legal Case

March 21, 2003
Scientists Develop Mystery Illness Test

March 20, 2003
Pace of Smallpox Inoculations Picks Up

March 18, 2003
Formula Can Calculate Lung Cancer Risk

March 18, 2003
Kentucky Artificial Heart Patient Dies

March 18, 2003
Geron Soars on Cancer Research News

March 18, 2003
U.S. Urged to Lead in Detecting Diseases

March 17, 2003
Blood Banks Screen Donations for Germs

March 17, 2003
Isis, Eli Lilly Lung-Cancer Drug Flops

March 17, 2003
Study: Hormone Pills No Help for Memory

March 17, 2003
Artificial Liver Undergoes Trial Tests

March 16, 2003
Donor Group Didn't Know Girl's Blood Type

March 16, 2003
Alzheimer's Vaccine Had Mixed Results

March 13, 2003
Blood Marker Eyed in Colon Cancer Test

March 13, 2003
FDA Approves New Class of AIDS Drugs

March 12, 2003
Study: No Link Between Vaccines, SIDS

March 11, 2003
FDA Warns of Bacteria-Tainted Fake Drug

March 11, 2003
Tenth Person Receives Artificial Heart

March 09, 2003
Sharp Jump Seen for Drug-Resistant Germs

March 07, 2003
FDA Takes Stand on Dietary Supplements

March 07, 2003
Bayer Gets OK for New Impotence Drug

March 06, 2003
FDA Backs Anti-Nausea Drug for Some

March 06, 2003
Doctors Use Stem Cells in Heart Repair

March 03, 2003
Study Examines Children's Medical Errors

March 01, 2003
Drug May Reduce Life-Threatening Syndrome

February 27, 2003
Three Ill After Smallpox Vaccination

February 27, 2003
Gene Mutation May Cause Heart Failure

February 27, 2003
Live-Donor Liver Transplants Carry Risks

February 25, 2003
Blood-Clotting Bandage May Save Soldiers

February 24, 2003
FDA to Use Early-Warning Drug System

February 24, 2003
Blood Thinner Cuts Recurring Clot Risk

February 24, 2003
Experts Renew Warnings About Ephedra

February 24, 2003
AIDS Vaccine Fails but Shows Some Promise

February 24, 2003
Experimental AIDS Vaccine May Help Some

February 22, 2003
Teenager in Botched Transplant Dies

February 20, 2003
New Heart Beating in Transplant Patient

February 20, 2003
Teen Will Receive New Transplant Organs

February 20, 2003
Study Suggests Test for Brain Disease

February 18, 2003
Study: Recent Trainees Best at Mammograms

February 18, 2003
Transplant Patient Near Death After Error

February 17, 2003
HazMat Smart Strip May Protect Lives

February 17, 2003
Implant in Scalp Can Zap Headaches

February 13, 2003
CDC: No Problems With Blood Bags in South

February 13, 2003
Virus May Block HIV's Destructive Power

February 12, 2003
New Study Stokes Blood Pressure Debate

February 12, 2003
Vaccine Said Unlikely to Protect From AIDS

February 12, 2003
HIV/AIDS Vaccine Tests Begin in Uganda

February 11, 2003
Special Pacemakers May Extend Lives

February 11, 2003
Poll: Majority Want Smallpox Vaccine

February 11, 2003
Red Cross IDs Clumps in Blood Supply

February 11, 2003
Prostate Removal a Delicate Surgery

February 11, 2003
Ala. Quadriplegic Wins Extended Home Care

February 10, 2003
Eye Condition May Help Diagnose West Nile

February 10, 2003
Body Cast Aids Toddler Hip Defect

February 10, 2003
Florida Begins Smallpox Vaccine Program

February 10, 2003
Congress Wary of Bush Medicare Drug Plan

February 07, 2003
Artificial Heart Patient Dies in Ky.

February 07, 2003
FDA Approves Biovail's Cardizem Drug

February 07, 2003
Biogen's Avonex Drug Gets FDA Approval

February 07, 2003
FDA Urges More Blood Scrutiny

February 06, 2003
Uncertainty Slows Smallpox Vaccinations

February 06, 2003
Progesterone May Reduce Premature Births

February 06, 2003
FDA Probes Univ. Sale of Biotech Pigs

February 05, 2003
Injury Concerns Stall Smallpox Inoculation

February 05, 2003
Two Patients Got Cancer From Transplant

February 05, 2003
Legal Concerns Slow Smallpox Vaccinations

February 05, 2003
Lawmaker Revives Patients' Rights Effort

February 05, 2003
Wis. May End Drug Discounts for Seniors

February 05, 2003
Doctors Separate Mexican Twins

February 04, 2003
Pfizer, Yale Team Up for Drug Research

February 03, 2003
Doctors Pursue Pill to Aid Heart Valves

January 31, 2003
Scientists Take Step to Growing Organs

January 31, 2003
Red Cross Issues Blood Quarantine

January 31, 2003
40 People Blinded After Cataract Surgery

January 31, 2003
FDA OKs Unique New Psoriasis Treatment

January 30, 2003
Chromosome Shrinkage May Promote Disease

January 29, 2003
Co. Says Cloned Baby Is Alive in Israel

January 24, 2003
Double Hand Transplant Patient Doing Well

January 24, 2003
FDA Issues Warning on Asthma Drug

January 23, 2003
New Patient Gets Artificial Heart in Ky.

January 23, 2003
Mistaken Mastectomy Prompts Lab Changes

January 22, 2003
U.S. Plans Bioterror Monitoring System

January 22, 2003
Web Site Links Seniors to Drug Programs

January 20, 2003
FDA Approves Epilepsy Drug for Children

January 20, 2003
Alzheimer's, Cholesterol Gene Linked

January 20, 2003
Italy Investigating Alleged Cloning Doc

January 18, 2003
Panel: Go Slow With Smallpox Vaccine

January 16, 2003
Scientists Develop Simple Test for Plague

January 16, 2003
Study Looks at Embryos During Pregnancy

January 15, 2003
Gene Treatment for Obesity Promising

January 15, 2003
Siamese Twin Girls Separated in London

January 15, 2003
Study Documents Use of Abortion Pills

January 15, 2003
Recovery Uncertain for Separated Twins

January 14, 2003
Study Questions New Lung Cancer Test

January 14, 2003
Study Shows Medicare Treatment Improved

January 14, 2003
Gene Therapy Halted in 'Bubble Boy' Test

January 14, 2003
Laws Protect Those With Smallpox Vaccine

January 14, 2003
Lilly's Attention Deficit Drug Available

January 13, 2003
Blood Treatment May Fight Heart Disease

January 12, 2003
Australia MD to Make New Suicide Machine

January 10, 2003
Formerly Conjoined Twins to Return Home

January 08, 2003
Self-Contained Heart Implanted in Ky.

January 08, 2003
New Labels for Hormone Therapy Products

January 06, 2003
Magnet Aids Doctors Fixing Brain Diseases

January 06, 2003
Reporter Says Cloning Report May Be Hoax

January 03, 2003
Parents of 'Clone' Question DNA Tests

January 02, 2003
Merck's Asthma Drug Joins Competition

January 01, 2003
Experimental Drug Shows Promise for MS

December 31, 2002
FDA Approves Rheumatoid Arthritis Option

December 31, 2002
Smallpox Vaccine Recipients Cautioned

December 31, 2002
Baby Said to Be Human Clone Goes 'Home'

December 30, 2002
Frozen Cord Blood Revived After 15 Years

December 30, 2002
Doctors Debate New Blood-Pressure Cuffs

December 27, 2002
DNA Profiling to Be Used to Test Clone

December 27, 2002
Questions and Answers About Human Cloning

December 27, 2002
Raelians Front and Center on Cloning

December 24, 2002
Study: No Gender Difference in Heart Aid

December 24, 2002
Researchers Develop Stem Cells in Mice

December 23, 2002
Researchers Develop Smallpox Vaccine Test

December 23, 2002
Implantable Device May Monitor Organs

December 19, 2002
Groups Say Cloned Babies Due in Weeks

December 19, 2002
New Defibrillators May Have More Risks

December 19, 2002
Health Workers Cautious of Smallpox Shot

December 18, 2002
Gene Test Predicts Breast Cancer Survival

December 18, 2002
Artificial Heart Testing Misses a Beat

December 17, 2002
Smallpox Victim Urges Polio Vaccine Use

December 17, 2002
FDA Panel Clears Flu Spray for Some

December 17, 2002
FDA Panel Deciding on Safety of Flu Spray

December 17, 2002
U.S. Joins Suits on Cardiac Devices

December 17, 2002
Some Women Advised Against Cancer Test

December 17, 2002
Study: Use Diuretics for Blood Pressure

December 16, 2002
Legislation Sought on Child Drug Research

December 16, 2002
Radiation May Help With Brain Defect

December 16, 2002
FDA OKs New Childhood Vaccine Combination

December 15, 2002
Millions May Need New Smallpox Vaccine

December 13, 2002
Breathing Ventilator Study Suspended

December 12, 2002
Q&A About Smallpox Vaccination Program

December 11, 2002
Study: Two Chicken Pox Shots Work Best

December 11, 2002
Poll: More in U.S. Want Smallpox Vaccine

December 10, 2002
Allergy Drug Claritin Hits Store Shelves

December 10, 2002
Stanford Reveals Human Embryo Clone Plan

December 10, 2002
States Prepare Smallpox Vaccine Plans

December 09, 2002
French Doctors See Transplant Success

December 04, 2002
U.N. Agency Aiding Tissue Transplants

December 04, 2002
Simpler Way to Treat Abnormal Heart Beat

December 04, 2002
Irradiated Patients May Set Off Devices

December 04, 2002
Nuclear Imaging Said to Aid Heart Tests

December 04, 2002
Mammograms May Detect Heart Disease

December 03, 2002
Contraceptive Said a Risk for Some Women

December 03, 2002
Nuclear-Imaging Can Help Heart Diagnosis

December 03, 2002
Study Casts Doubt on Full-Body CT Scans

November 30, 2002
Asthma Treatment Strategy Shows Promise

November 26, 2002
FDA Approves 1st Drug to Build New Bone

November 26, 2002
FDA OKs New Uterine Fibroid Treatment

November 26, 2002
Doctor Claims Cloned Baby Due in Jan.

November 26, 2002
Experts: Pathogen Tracking Has Problems

November 25, 2002
Main Drugs to Fight Malaria

November 21, 2002
Drug Cos. Develop Male Contraceptive

November 21, 2002
Cervical Cancer Vaccine Holds Hope

November 20, 2002
Stair-Climbing Wheelchair Evaluated

November 20, 2002
Study: Gene Therapy Shows Promise

November 20, 2002
Doctors Laud Cervical Cancer Vaccine

November 20, 2002
Bayer Cleared for U.S. Spinal Test

November 19, 2002
Wyeth Stops Making Two Vaccinations

November 19, 2002
Filters Reduce Angioplasty Risks

November 18, 2002
Stem Cells Raise Hope for Diabetics

November 18, 2002
FDA Clears Childbirth Infection Test

November 18, 2002
Study: Menopause Treatments Weak

November 18, 2002
Cholesterol Drugs May Aid Elderly

November 18, 2002
Blood Thinner May Cut Death Risk

November 18, 2002
Tissue May Help Fix Damaged Hearts

November 17, 2002
Doctors Test New Heart Treatment

November 17, 2002
Study to Explore Inflammation Tests

November 15, 2002
Study Warns of Alzheimer's Vaccine

November 14, 2002
CDC: More Seniors Need Flu Shots

November 14, 2002
Targeted Vaccinations Seen Effective

November 14, 2002
Study: Strokes Tied to Vaccine

November 14, 2002
Congress to Offer Smallpox Protection

November 13, 2002
Steroid Can Help Meningitis Patients

November 13, 2002
Protein May Predict Spread of Cancer

November 13, 2002
Study Questions Infection Treatment

November 12, 2002
FDA Approves Home Defibrillator

November 12, 2002
Diabetic Heart Disease Risk Studied

November 11, 2002
Studies Question Fibroid Treatment

November 11, 2002
Treatment May Ease Sickle-Cell Pain

November 11, 2002
Portable Anthrax Detector Sought

November 10, 2002
Study: MDs Not Vaccinating Adults

November 08, 2002
FDA Approves First Generic Accutane

November 07, 2002
CDC: C-Sections Are on the Rise

November 07, 2002
FDA Approves 20-Minute HIV Test

November 06, 2002
FDA Expands Use of Heart Pumps

November 06, 2002
No Evidence Vaccine Causes Autism

November 06, 2002
Statin Drugs Show M.S. Promise

November 05, 2002
Drug Doesn't Cut Heart Patient Risk

November 04, 2002
FDA Approves Sterilization Method

November 04, 2002
Doctors Test Post-Bypass Memory Drugs

November 04, 2002
Study: Drug Testing Needed on Babies

November 04, 2002
Bariatric Surgery Used on Obese Kids

October 30, 2002
Study: More Survive Heart Failure

October 30, 2002
Dialysis Pioneer Is Still Inventing

October 30, 2002
Embryos Now Labeled 'Human Subjects'

October 28, 2002
FDA Approves New Cholesterol Drug

October 28, 2002
Doctors Try to Curb CT Scans in Kids

October 28, 2002
New Cholesterol Drug Approved

October 25, 2002
Mass. Case Challenges Sweat Patches

October 25, 2002
Coil Treatment Studied for Aneurysms

October 24, 2002
Patent Gives AstraZeneca Optimism

October 24, 2002
Drug May Replace Hormone Therapy

October 23, 2002
FDA Considers Drug-Coated Stent

October 22, 2002
Preventing Preemie Blindness Sought

October 21, 2002
Pig Genes Modified for Organ Uses

October 21, 2002
Disappointing Results for Cancer Drug

October 21, 2002
Renewing CPR Skills Benefits Others

October 17, 2002
FDA OKs Another Hepatitis C Therapy

October 16, 2002
Inexperienced Can Use Defibrillators

October 16, 2002
Widow Sues Artificial Heart Maker

October 16, 2002
CDC Panel Meets on Smallpox Vaccine

October 15, 2002
Study May Aid Prostate Cancer Test

October 15, 2002
Government Offers Hormone Caution

October 15, 2002
Woman Gives Birth to Granddaughters

October 14, 2002
Supplement May Slow Parkinson's

October 14, 2002
Study: Redheads Resist Anesthesia

October 14, 2002
Memory Cited in Stress Disorder

October 14, 2002
Study: Stats May Improve Treatments

October 14, 2002
Modifying Vaccine May Make It Safe

October 13, 2002
Study Seeks Safe Alzheimer's Vaccine

October 12, 2002
Report: U.S. Plans Smallpox Shots

October 11, 2002
Gene Therapy Trials May Restart

October 11, 2002
Officials Debate Smallpox Vaccine

October 10, 2002
Contraceptive Being Recalled

October 10, 2002
Gene Therapy May Help Parkinson's

October 09, 2002
Expanded Use for Clot-Busting Drugs

October 09, 2002
Gene Tied to Deadly Prostate Cancer

October 09, 2002
FDA Approves Heroin Drug for Addicts

October 08, 2002
CryoLife Submits Action Plan to FDA

October 08, 2002
FDA Targets Ephedra Promotion

October 07, 2002
Advice for Breast Cancer Mixed

October 04, 2002
Patients Get Infected Transplants

October 04, 2002
Drug Helps Cystic Fibrosis Patients

October 03, 2002
Fewer Shots for New Anthrax Vaccine

October 03, 2002
Gene Therapy Study Suspended

October 02, 2002
Malaria Parasite's Genes Mapped

October 02, 2002
Judge Blocks Ind. Cos. Over Stents

October 02, 2002
Genomes Possibly Going on CD

October 02, 2002
Research Could Prevent Brain Defects

October 01, 2002
Disputed Genetic Testing Hits Marker

September 30, 2002
Scientists Test Blood Sterilization

September 27, 2002
Study: Herpes Drug Prevents Spread

September 27, 2002
Gov't May Offer Smallpox Vaccine

September 27, 2002
Two N.H. Patients Receive Kidneys

September 26, 2002
Possible HIV Blockers Found

September 26, 2002
S. Africa to Produce AIDS Vaccines

September 26, 2002
Researcher Makes Pre-Eclampsia Test

September 26, 2002
Researchers Grow Teeth in Mass. Lab

September 25, 2002
Study: Hepatitis Shots Show Promise

September 24, 2002
New Device Lowers Heart Attack Risk

September 24, 2002
W. Nile Vaccine May Come in 3 Years

September 23, 2002
Experts Try to Make Bionic Retinas

September 23, 2002
Study: Epilepsy Drug Helps Migraines

September 23, 2002
Feds Offer Smallpox Vaccination Plan

September 23, 2002
Bayer, Glaxo to Market Viagra Rival

September 22, 2002
Calif. Gov. to Sign Stem Cell Law

September 21, 2002
Pioneers in Dialysis Receive Award

September 21, 2002
FDA OKs Chronic Hepatitis B Drug

September 20, 2002
New Warnings for Painkiller Labels

September 20, 2002
Breast Ultrasound Urged in Some Cases

September 19, 2002
Warnings for Acetaminophen Labels

September 19, 2002
Cancer Cells Killed in Test Therapy

September 19, 2002
Ultrasound Used in Cancer Screening

September 18, 2002
Cancer Survivors Lobby Lawmakers

September 18, 2002
HIV Infection Rate Is Skyrocketing

September 18, 2002
Ground Gained on Bioterrorism Fight

September 17, 2002
Heel Pain Treatment Said Ineffective

September 17, 2002
Clinics Report Immunization Shortage

September 17, 2002
Study Looks at Mammogram Readings

September 17, 2002
China OKs Generic Anti-AIDS Drug

September 16, 2002
Gene Therapy May Improve Muscles

September 16, 2002
Panel Recommends Osteoporosis Tests

September 16, 2002
Fat Abnormalities Hold Gehrig's Clue

September 12, 2002
Study Looks at Hormone-Cancer Link

September 12, 2002
Deaths Prompt FDA Dialysis Warning

September 12, 2002
Early Prostate Surgery Reduces Dying

September 11, 2002
'Biological Pacemaker' Created

September 10, 2002
Surgery Best for Carpal Tunnel

September 09, 2002
Weight-Surgery Death Sparks Debate

September 09, 2002
Doctors Freezing Away Tumors

September 08, 2002
Study Finds Many Drug Errors

September 08, 2002
AbioCor Heart Patient Shows Potential

September 06, 2002
CryoLife to Resume Tissue Shipments

September 06, 2002
FDA to Consolidate Drug Approvals

September 06, 2002
FDA: CryoLife Helps in Emergencies

September 06, 2002
Idec Drops Experimental Skin Drug

September 05, 2002
Study: Adult Stem Cells Not Useful

September 05, 2002
Blood Test for W. Nile Not Easy

September 04, 2002
Group Calls for Alzheimer Test Halt

September 04, 2002
Some Smallpox Vaccines Recommended

September 03, 2002
Feds: Organ Receiver Died of West Nile

September 02, 2002
MDs Cut Back on Anti-Rejection Drugs

September 02, 2002
Pump Used to Reverse Heart Failure

September 01, 2002
Glucose May Help in Cardiac Arrest

September 01, 2002
CDC Probes Transplants for West Nile

August 31, 2002
Lab Recalls 1.5M Gonorrhea Tests

August 31, 2002
Doctor: Separated Twin Recovers

August 30, 2002
White House Backs Elderly Drug Card

August 30, 2002
Dr.: Surgery Allowed Woman to Walk

August 29, 2002
HIV Patients' Transplants Succeeding

August 29, 2002
Non-Prescription Drugs a Mixed Bag

August 29, 2002
Gates Foundation Gives $46M for HIV

August 28, 2002
Study Links Insurance to in Vitro

August 27, 2002
Vitamins Help Heart Patient Arteries

August 27, 2002
U.S. Clears Kids' Diabetes Monitor

August 27, 2002
Caffeine Said to Lower Cancer Risk

August 23, 2002
FDA Steers Doctors From CryoLife

August 22, 2002
FDA Reviews Novartis Cancer Drug

August 22, 2002
NIH Considers Dietary Supplements

August 22, 2002
Gene Linked to Heart Trouble Found

August 22, 2002
New AIDS Drug Raises Hopes, Fears

August 21, 2002
FDA OKs West Nile Trial Therapy

August 21, 2002
Colon-Cancer Test Supposedly Easier

August 21, 2002
Breast Cancer Gene Study Questioned

August 21, 2002
Scientists Probe Nev. Cancer Cluster

August 20, 2002
Studies May Distort Gene-Cancer Tie

August 20, 2002
Panel: Food From Clones Seems Safe

August 20, 2002
Flu Vaccine Seen Good for All Adults

August 20, 2002
FDA Approves Light Therapy for Acne

August 16, 2002
Artificial Heart Man Gets Battery

August 15, 2002
Pills Distributed at Accident Site

August 15, 2002
FDA Asks For Ephedra Criminal Probe

August 15, 2002
Lilly Gets Subpoena Over Drug

August 14, 2002
New Bacteria Triggers Lung Ailments

August 14, 2002
U.S. to Re-Evaluate Therapy's Risks

August 13, 2002
Zoloft Seen Safe for Heart Patients

August 13, 2002
FDA Warns About Chinese Diet Pills

August 13, 2002
Doctor Defends Cloning Experiment

August 12, 2002
States Push Meningitis Vaccination

August 12, 2002
FDA OKs Advanced Colon Cancer Drug

August 07, 2002
Leukemia Drug May Restore Hair Color

August 07, 2002
Feds to Study Chelation Therapy

August 07, 2002
Hormone Finding May Aid Weight Loss

August 07, 2002
Separated Twins Reported Doing Well

August 07, 2002
Bush Admin. Loosens Stem Cell Rules

August 06, 2002
Aspirin May Ward Off Pancreas Cancer

August 06, 2002
Doctors Separate Conjoined Twins

August 06, 2002
Researchers Report Stem Cell Work

August 05, 2002
Doctors Treat Diabetes Personally

August 05, 2002
Doctors Hopeful About Conjoined Girls

August 02, 2002
Gene May Change Behavior of Abused

August 01, 2002
More Kids Vaccinated Vs. Chicken Pox

August 01, 2002
Company Drops Cold Drug Development

July 31, 2002
New Drug Seems to Help Child Autism

July 30, 2002
FTC Seeks Generic Drug Delay Limits

July 29, 2002
Huntington's Study Looks Promising

July 28, 2002
Stem Cells Grow Eye Blood Vessels

July 24, 2002
Doctor Uses Video in Knee Operation

July 23, 2002
Anti-Smoking Pills Work for Blacks

July 22, 2002
FDA Mulls Nonsurgical Sterilization

July 20, 2002
Hospital Infections Kill Needlessly

July 19, 2002
FDA: Blood Pressure Drug Too Risky

July 19, 2002
Two Contract HIV From Transfusions

July 19, 2002
Medical Marijuana Users Get Relief

July 18, 2002
FDA Raises Defibrillator Numbers

July 18, 2002
Tobacco Lozenge May Be Banned

July 18, 2002
Senate Eyes Generic Drug Access

July 17, 2002
FDA OKs GHB for Narcolepsy

July 17, 2002
Use of Estrogen Linked with Cancer

July 17, 2002
Two Born From Dead Man's Sperm

July 17, 2002
Chemo May Not Help Some Breast Cancer

July 16, 2002
Study: Heart Drug Side Effects Lower

July 15, 2002
Program Tracks Stroke Victim Treatment

July 14, 2002
Studying Lung Cancer Genes May Help

July 12, 2002
Bush Advisers OK Limited Cloning Ban

July 11, 2002
Panel Rejects Permanent Cloning Ban

July 11, 2002
CDC: Shortage of 2 Vaccines Is Over

July 11, 2002
Experts: Short-Term Estrogen Pills OK

July 10, 2002
Minn. Clinic Warns of Faulty Vaccine

July 10, 2002
Panel Hears Data on Breast Implants

July 09, 2002
Caution on Hormone Replacement Therapy

July 09, 2002
Study: HIV Among U.S. Newborns Drop

July 08, 2002
Studies Promising on New AIDS Drug

July 08, 2002
Vaccine for Diarrhea Being Tested

July 06, 2002
New HIV Treatment Guidelines

July 04, 2002
AIDS Rate Can Be Slowed At High Cost

July 03, 2002
FDA OKs Device to Treat Back Pain

July 03, 2002
Study: Prostate Cancer Over-Treated

July 03, 2002
Hormones, Heart Attack Risk Studied

July 02, 2002
Drugs Restoring Eyesight in Seniors

July 02, 2002
Artificial Heart Advocates Upbeat

July 01, 2002
Experts: Colon Exams Can Save Lives

July 01, 2002
Better E. Coli Technology Planned

June 28, 2002
Blood Banks Warn of Summer Shortages

June 27, 2002
Test May Predict Low-Weight Babies

June 27, 2002
Drug May Help With Aspirin Therapy

June 26, 2002
Study Backs Benefit of Statins

June 25, 2002
FDA Approves Skin Cholesterol Test

June 25, 2002
Compound May Help Brain After Stroke

June 20, 2002
Adult Stem Cells Show Versatility

June 20, 2002
Test Can Predict Lymphoma Chances

June 20, 2002
N.J. to Distribute Radiation Pills

June 18, 2002
Biotech Trial Enters Penalty Phase

June 17, 2002
Smallpox Vaccine Decision Ahead

June 13, 2002
FDA Approves Diabetes Monitors

June 13, 2002
U.S. Orders Pills to Fight Radiation

June 12, 2002
Study Dismisses MMR Vaccine Fears

June 12, 2002
Potassium Iodide a Hot Seller

June 12, 2002
Study Dismisses Fears Over Vaccine

June 11, 2002
Heroin Withdrawal Drug Works Well

June 11, 2002
HHS Report: Medicare Paying Too Much

June 10, 2002
White House Opposes Biotech Labels

June 10, 2002
Scientists Find Cancer Gene Defect

June 07, 2002
FDA Allows Bowel Drug Back on Market

June 07, 2002
Drug Maker Biogen Lowers Outlook

June 06, 2002
Smallpox Vaccine Raises Concerns

June 06, 2002
U.S. Caesarean Births Rapidly Rising

June 06, 2002
Blood-Thinning Drug Said Too Costly

June 05, 2002
FDA to Require Tracking Risky Devices

June 05, 2002
Hospitals May Gain from Medicare Bill

June 03, 2002
Guidelines For Eye Laser Surgery

June 03, 2002
New Drugs Sought to Fight TB

June 02, 2002
High-Tech Bandages Are Latest Fad

June 02, 2002
Therapeutic Cloning Shows Promise

June 02, 2002
Researchers Develop HIV Fighter

June 01, 2002
Scientists Work on Smallpox Medicines

May 31, 2002
Protein Linked to Parkinson's

May 31, 2002
Anthrax Antidote Being Developed

May 31, 2002
FDA to OK Drugs Using Animal Data

May 30, 2002
Magnesium Sulfate Prevents Eclampsia

May 30, 2002
Civilians to Get Anthrax Shot Supply

May 30, 2002
FDA Has Bioterrorism Drug Test Plan

May 29, 2002
Insulin Fails Test As Preventive

May 28, 2002
Study: Few New Drugs Were Improvement

May 27, 2002
Company Touts New Erectile Drug

May 27, 2002
Researchers Make Smallpox Protein

May 27, 2002
Painkillers May Delay Bone Healing

May 26, 2002
Kidney Donations on the Rise

May 26, 2002
Lilly Promotes New Erectile Drug

May 24, 2002
Kenya to Offer Free HIV Drug

May 23, 2002
CDC Touts Learning of Stroke Signs

May 22, 2002
ImClone, Bristol to Begin New Trials

May 22, 2002
Companies to Begin New Erbitux Trials

May 22, 2002
Study Finds Anti-Malaria Gene

May 22, 2002
Mislabeling Cited in Mystery Illness

May 22, 2002
Lacking Insurance Bad for Your Health

May 21, 2002
Panel Pushes Depression Screening

May 21, 2002
CDC Gives Mixed Report on Our Health

May 21, 2002
Bloodstream Infections on the Rise

May 21, 2002
Study: Repeat Caesareans Safest

May 21, 2002
Group Seeks Charges Over Diet Drug

May 19, 2002
Panel: Use Tamoxifen Cancer Therapy

May 19, 2002
Mysteries of Allergies Studied

May 18, 2002
New Pill May Improve Lung Cancer

May 17, 2002
Study Finds Neonatal Care Excessive

May 17, 2002
Some Quit Joint Replacement Settlement

May 16, 2002
FDA Approves New Version of Vaccine

May 16, 2002
Study Criticizes Neonatal Care

May 16, 2002
Ky. Doctor Expects Clone Pregnancy

May 15, 2002
Study: Diabetics Face Drug Danger

May 14, 2002
Med Centers to Test Anthrax Vaccine

May 14, 2002
Diabetics May Be Taking Wrong Drug

May 14, 2002
FDA, Amgen Warns of Counterfeit Drug

May 13, 2002
Questions, Answers on Anthrax Probe

May 13, 2002
New Face of AIDS Getting Older

May 13, 2002
New Colon Cancer Tests Planned

May 10, 2002
CDC: Doctors Lack Smallpox Knowledge

May 10, 2002
CDC Urges Annual HIV Tests for Gay Men

May 10, 2002
Study Looks at Bronchitis Antibiotic

May 08, 2002
Study Blames Latent Infections for TB

May 08, 2002
Scientists Map Genome of Bacterium

May 07, 2002
How to Recognize Ebola Attack

May 07, 2002
Costs Delay Health Care for Women

May 07, 2002
Psychiatric Drug Found Tampered With

May 07, 2002
Bayer to Develop Malaria Medicine

May 07, 2002
OB-GYNs Warn Of High Insurance Costs

May 07, 2002
Tea May Help Survive Heart Attack

May 07, 2002
FDA OKs Breast Cancer Treatment Device

May 01, 2002
Fewer Minorities in HIV Research

May 01, 2002
Creatine May Help Older Men

May 01, 2002
HIV May Target Attacking Cells

May 01, 2002
New WHO Report on Genetic Research

April 30, 2002
Study: Beta Blockers Help Patients

April 30, 2002
Doctors Get Updated Anthrax Guide

April 30, 2002
Many New Drugs Have Side Effects

April 30, 2002
Study: Fertility Declines Earlier

April 29, 2002
Patients Getting Requested Drugs

April 29, 2002
Some Need Kidneys After Donating

April 29, 2002
Study Gives Fertility Insight

April 26, 2002
FDA OKs New Blood Pressure Drug

April 26, 2002
Supermarket Chain Pulls Oxycontin

April 26, 2002
Plastic Used For Surgical Thread

April 25, 2002
SIDS May Be Linked to Infection

April 25, 2002
FDA OKs Guidant Aneurysm Treatment

April 24, 2002
FDA OKs Burn Medicine for Scars

April 24, 2002
FDA: Bring Back Risky Bowel Drug

April 24, 2002
Pap Test Guidelines May Ease Fear

April 23, 2002
Living Organ Donors Outpace Dead

April 23, 2002
FDA Considers Bowel Drug's Future

April 22, 2002
Cure Sought for Tall People's Disease

April 22, 2002
New Breast Cancer Gene Identified

April 20, 2002
Study: Smoking, Baby's Sex Linked

April 20, 2002
FDA Backs Off Drug Test Suspension

April 19, 2002
Strep Bacteria Resist Antibiotic

April 19, 2002
Risks of Arthritis Drugs Studied

April 19, 2002
Congressman Urges Autism Research

April 18, 2002
House Hopes to Pass Senior Drug Plan

April 18, 2002
Gene Therapy May Cure Bubble Disease

April 18, 2002
Bacteria Are Resisting Antibiotic

April 18, 2002
Radiation May Limit Heart Problem

April 18, 2002
Transplants Show Parkinson's Promise

April 18, 2002
Gene Therapy Breakthrough in France

April 17, 2002
Blood Transfusion, Lung Ailment Linked

April 17, 2002
FDA OKs Another Eye Surgery Option

April 17, 2002
Study Urges Increase in Angioplasty

April 16, 2002
Watching Drug Sales May Stop Anthrax

April 16, 2002
FDA OKs Botox to Smooth Wrinkles

April 16, 2002
Researchers Plan for Anthrax Attack

April 13, 2002
Heart Patients Should Call Sooner

April 13, 2002
Pentagon Inks Smallpox Vaccine Deal

April 11, 2002
Bush Presses Senate to Ban Cloning

April 10, 2002
FDA Calls Nicotine Lollipops Illegal

April 10, 2002
Experience Level Matters in Surgery

April 03, 2002
Breast Cancer Care Worse for Poor

April 02, 2002
Agents to Fight Infectious Diseases

March 27, 2002
Aspirin Doesn't Always Help With Heart

March 27, 2002
Pill May Increase Cancer Risk in Women

March 27, 2002
Heart Drug Has Serious Side Effects

March 27, 2002
Anthrax Drug May Not Hurt Fertility

March 26, 2002
Blood Vessels Made From Stem Cells

March 23, 2002
N.J. Prosecutor Gets Fourth Kidney

March 22, 2002
Study: Breast Cancer Drug Helpful

March 22, 2002
Blood Test May Identify Alzheimer's

March 21, 2002
Merck: Our Pill Prevents Strokes

March 21, 2002
Scientists: Smallpox Pill Promising

March 21, 2002
Boy Receives Artificial Heart Pump

March 20, 2002
Device May Aid Heart Patients

March 20, 2002
Blood Test Diagnoses Heart Failure

March 20, 2002
Study: Calcium May Cut Cancer Risk

March 20, 2002
Defibrillator Device Proven to Help

March 18, 2002
Researchers Hail New Pacemaker

March 18, 2002
Promise Seen in Angioplasty Dilemma

March 15, 2002
AIDS Vaccine May Be 10 Years Away

March 13, 2002
NYC Hospital Fined in Donor Death

March 13, 2002
Study: Eye Drops Work for Lazy Eye

March 12, 2002
Pharmacies Threaten to Drop Medicaid

March 12, 2002
Researchers Use 'Virtual Patients'

March 12, 2002
Study: Stem Cells Have Few Mutations

March 05, 2002
Device May Have Spread Infection

March 04, 2002
Medical Device Faulted for Infection

March 03, 2002
Alzheimer's Vaccine Development Ends

March 01, 2002
FDA OKs Blood Bank Fingerprint Test

February 28, 2002
Bill Would Boost Cancer Study Funds

February 27, 2002
Prenatal Alzheimer's Test Succeeds

February 27, 2002
Study Warns of High Blood Pressure

February 25, 2002
ViroPharma Seeks OK of Cold Drug

February 25, 2002
Pharmaceutical Companies to Comply on Data

February 22, 2002
Cooling the Body May Help Patients Survive Heart Attack

February 22, 2002
CDC Chief Jeffrey Koplan Resigns

February 21, 2002
Evista Drug May Cut Heart Risks

February 19, 2002
Study: Fewer Medical Tests May Be Fine

February 19, 2002
Third Artifical Heart Patient Dies

February 15, 2002
Test Could Predict Alzheimer's

February 15, 2002
Administration Offers Medicare Help

February 15, 2002
CDC: Heart Patients Die Suddenly

February 13, 2002
Research Links Hormones and Breast Cancer

February 12, 2002
FDA Probes Anti-Anxiety Herb

February 12, 2002
Britain's P.M. Fights Vaccine Fears

February 12, 2002
Advocates Site Alzheimer Disparities

February 10, 2002
Blood Test May Spot Ovarian Cancer

February 08, 2002
Study: Radiation Caused Mutations

February 08, 2002
Drugs for Stroke Damage Show Promise

February 05, 2002
Breast Cancer Treatment Uses 'Seeds'

February 05, 2002
Many Have Undiagnosed Kidney Disease

February 04, 2002
Company to Pay $1B for Faulty Hip

February 04, 2002
FDA OKs Gleevec Drug for Cancer

February 01, 2002
FDA Clears Anthrax Vaccine Shipments

February 01, 2002
Researcher: Mammography Saves Lives

February 01, 2002
Therapy for Spinal Injuries Studied

January 31, 2002
Working Kidney Built From Embryo Clone

January 30, 2002
Illinois Tests New Drug Plan

January 29, 2002
Qualms Grow With Bioterror Research

January 28, 2002
FDA Drug Approvals Slightly Faster

January 28, 2002
U.S. Making Advances Against Disease

January 28, 2002
Institute Reviews Mammogram Advice

January 24, 2002
Home Contraction Monitors Criticized

January 24, 2002
Life Goes On Without Kidneys

January 23, 2002
FDA OKs Kids' Liver Disease Drug

January 23, 2002
FDA Approves Medical Device

January 23, 2002
FDA OKs Drug to Fight Liver Disease

January 22, 2002
South Africa to Get Key AIDS Drug

January 22, 2002
Second Prostate Cancer Gene Found

January 18, 2002
Anthrax Shots Pose Pregnancy Danger

January 18, 2002
Skin-Kidney Disease Baffles Doctors

January 18, 2002
White House Tackles Bioethics

January 17, 2002
Mt. Sinai Suspends Liver Transplants

January 17, 2002
Supreme Court Hears HMO Case

January 16, 2002
Nicotine Metabolism in Americans

January 16, 2002
New Caution about Colon Surgery

January 16, 2002
Study: Alzheimer's Has Injury Link

January 15, 2002
Experts Mull Inconclusive Pap Tests

January 15, 2002
Attorneys to Expand Bayer Lawsuit

January 15, 2002
Concussions and Depression Linked

January 14, 2002
CDC Says Anthrax Risk Diminishing

January 14, 2002
20 Test Positive for Hep B in NYC

January 11, 2002
French Distribute Morning-After Pill

January 11, 2002
Patient Survives 5 Heart Procedures

January 11, 2002
Morning Dialysis May Be Better

January 10, 2002
Diet Could Prevent Kidney Stones

January 10, 2002
Study Reveals Depression Treatment has Soared

January 10, 2002
FDA OKs Pocket-Sized EKG Machine

January 10, 2002
Report: Drug Cards Save Little

January 08, 2002
Cloned Sheep Dolly Has Arthritis

January 08, 2002
Stem Cells May Help Parkinson's

January 08, 2002
Nation's Blood Supply Drops

January 08, 2002
CDC Studies Anthrax Vaccine Worry

December 29, 2001
Doctors Fear Ebola is Spreading

December 28, 2001
Feds Probe Tainted Research

December 27, 2001
Technology Keeps Vaccines Cool

December 27, 2001
Asia Could Take Lead In Stem Cells

December 20, 2001
Anthrax Vaccinations Delayed

December 20, 2001
Scientists Map Chromosome 20

December 18, 2001
CDC Opens Smallpox Training Center

December 17, 2001
New Vaccine Stops Urinary Infection

December 13, 2001
Second Artificial Heart Is Walking

December 13, 2001
Therapy Helps Treat Breast Cancer

December 12, 2001
Surgery Repairs Children's Faces

December 12, 2001
Study Analyses Breast Cancer Drugs

November 29, 2001
Amgen Plans Bone Loss Drug Tests

November 29, 2001
CT Scans May Diagnose Anthrax

November 29, 2001
Artificial Heart Operation Man Dies

November 27, 2001
FDA Investigates Cancer Drug Claim

November 21, 2001
Study: Defibrillators Help Patients

November 20, 2001
Heart Recipient Suffers Bleeding

November 19, 2001
ADD Stimulants Big on Black Market

November 16, 2001
'Smart Bomb' Kills Cancer in Tests

November 16, 2001
Full Anthrax Drug Regimen Touted

November 15, 2001
Anthrax Home Remedies Fail

November 15, 2001
Artificial Heart Recipient Has Stroke

November 14, 2001
Medicaid Board Backs HIV Patient

November 14, 2001
Tamoxifen May Reduce Cancer Risk

November 09, 2001
CDC: 32,000 on Anthrax Antibiotics

November 09, 2001
Framingham Heart Study Seeks Recruits

November 09, 2001
FDA, Antibiotic Makers Talk Anthrax

November 09, 2001
OxyContin Maker Preps Ad Campaign

November 08, 2001
Extra Radiation May Help Cancer Victims

November 08, 2001
Recommendations Made for ICUs

November 08, 2001
Shape of Sperm May Indicate Fertility

November 07, 2001
FDA OKs Clinical Testing of Ecstasy

November 07, 2001
5th Self-Contained Heart Installed

November 07, 2001
Court Orders Generic Drug Off Market

November 07, 2001
Study: Double Mastectomy Lowers Risk

November 07, 2001
Studies Bolster Heart Disease Theory

November 07, 2001
Menopause Hormones Linked to Dry Eyes

November 07, 2001
Brain Scans May Find Alzheimer's

November 06, 2001
Heart Patient Has Lunch With Mayor

November 06, 2001
Hospitals Prepare for Bioterrorism

November 05, 2001
Study: Toxin Helps Palsy Tiptoeing

November 05, 2001
Health Agency Vaccinates Workers

November 05, 2001
Researchers Help Weed Out Fake Drugs

November 05, 2001
Suggestions for Blood Pressure

November 03, 2001
Dialysis Deaths Up in Filter Probe

November 02, 2001
Cipro Has Some Side Effects

November 02, 2001
New Clue Helps Sort Anthrax, Flu

November 02, 2001
Doxycycline Could Harm Fetuses

November 01, 2001
Study Issues Blood Pressure Warning

November 01, 2001
HMOs Debate Access to Specialists

October 31, 2001
NY Hospital Worker Dies of Anthrax

October 30, 2001
Man With Artificial Heart Doing Well

October 30, 2001
FDA May OK Lilly's Sespis Drug

October 30, 2001
N.Y. Hospital Worker Has Anthrax

October 30, 2001
FDA OKs New Drug to Fight AIDS

October 30, 2001
Doctors Brace Anthrax False Alarms

October 29, 2001
Exercise Can Reduce Arthritis Risk

October 27, 2001
Many Doctors Urging Flu Shots

October 27, 2001
Syphilis Increasing in San Francisco

October 25, 2001
Anthrax Questions & Answers

October 25, 2001
Study: Treating Anemia Saves Lives

October 25, 2001
Long-Distance Transplants May Add Risk

October 25, 2001
New Genestic Breast Tumor Test Noted

October 25, 2001
A History of Anthrax Cases

October 25, 2001
Nearly 10,000 on Anthrax Drugs

October 25, 2001
Post Office Rushes in Anti-Bacteria Technology

October 25, 2001
Estrogen May Not Help Against Strokes

October 25, 2001
Drug May Help Burn Victims

October 25, 2001
Is it anthrax or the flu?

October 25, 2001
Administration struggles to make mail safe from anthrax

October 25, 2001
Wednesday's anthrax developments

October 25, 2001
Bayer Agrees to Lower Cipro Price

October 24, 2001
Normal EKGs May Not Mean Healthy

October 24, 2001
New Findings May Fight Anthrax

October 24, 2001
Anthrax found in offsite White House mail facility

October 24, 2001
Ulcer Patients May Need Warning

October 23, 2001
Malaria Vaccine Fund Announced

October 23, 2001
Doctors Warned About Arthritis Drug

October 23, 2001
Technique May Save Lymph Nodes

October 23, 2001
Gene That Protects Cells Discovered

October 22, 2001
Scientists Study Hair-Loss Gene

October 20, 2001
Marijuana Prescription Law OK'd

October 19, 2001
Feds Probe Texas Dialysis Deaths

October 19, 2001
Federal Smallpox Plan Ready

October 19, 2001
4th Self-Contained Heart Implanted

October 19, 2001
CDC Warns Docs of Bioterror Outbreak

October 18, 2001
FDA Pushes Anthrax Drug Options

October 17, 2001
Night Shift Linked to Breast Cancer

October 17, 2001
Bayer Boosts Production of Cipro

October 17, 2001
Blood Pressure Drug May Stop Diabetes

October 16, 2001
EPA Urges Parents to Smoke Outside

October 16, 2001
BioPort Files for Anthrax Drug OK

October 16, 2001
Anthrax Testing Can Be Difficult

October 15, 2001
Therapist Says Laughter Liberates

October 13, 2001
Most Anthrax Cases Start With Powder

October 13, 2001
FDA: Contacts Wearable for 30 Days

October 13, 2001
Study Will Try Smaller Vaccine Dose

October 12, 2001
New anthrax case reported in New York

October 12, 2001
Dentists Asked to Dump Lead Boxes

October 12, 2001
FDA Approves High Tech Pacemaker

October 12, 2001
Scientists Compare Anthrax Strains

October 12, 2001
Vitamin Regimen Can Prevent Blindness

October 12, 2001
Study: Number of Smokers Hold Steady

October 11, 2001
Third Anthrax Case Found in Florida

October 11, 2001
Anthrax Case Causes Antibiotics Run

October 10, 2001
No Further Trace of Anthrax in Fla.

October 10, 2001
Answers to Some Anthrax Questions

October 10, 2001
Latest S. Africa AIDS Victim Buried

October 10, 2001
FBI Probes Florida Anthrax Cases

October 09, 2001
Body1 Remembers Victims

October 09, 2001
FBI Conducts Florida Anthrax Probe

October 09, 2001
Early Anthrax Detection Crucial

October 09, 2001
Anthrax Bacteria Found in 2nd Man

October 09, 2001
New Bypass Operations Show Promise

October 09, 2001
Three Win Nobel Prize In Medicine

October 08, 2001
Medicine Prize Launches Nobels Week

October 08, 2001
Anthrax Death Brings Back Memories

October 08, 2001
Generic AIDS Drug in South Africa

October 08, 2001
Scientists Seek Germ Warfare Vaccines

October 08, 2001
Milk Bank Provides Aid to Newborns

October 07, 2001
AIDS Vaccine Said Ready in 10 Years

October 07, 2001
Heart Beats Outside Body in Test

October 07, 2001
Girl Lives Normally With Half a Brain

October 06, 2001
Study Looks at Gulf War Vets' Children

October 06, 2001
More Attention Urged for AIDS in Asia

October 05, 2001
Number of New Teen Smokers Falls

October 05, 2001
Report: US Drug Use Rate Unchanged

October 05, 2001
Tiny Bar Codes May Help Doctors

October 04, 2001
FDA Approves New Drug for Crohn's

October 04, 2001
E. Coli Linked to Urinary Infection

October 04, 2001
Researchers Find Language Gene

October 04, 2001
Gene Map of the Black Death Found

October 03, 2001
Study Probes Teachers' Disease Risk

October 03, 2001
Study Urges No Steroids in Pregnancy

October 02, 2001
Cystic Fibrosis Gene Test Offered

October 02, 2001
Geron Researchers Cite Cell Research

October 02, 2001
Drug May Stop Brain Shrinkage

October 02, 2001
Quick Treatment Can Cure Hepatitis C

October 01, 2001
Asthma Difficulty, Parenting Linked

October 01, 2001
Scientists Identify Cleft Lip Gene

October 01, 2001
Activity Could Lower Cancer Risk

September 29, 2001
Third Artificial Heart Implanted

September 29, 2001
Biotech Companies to Help Fight Terror

September 28, 2001
Houston Man Gets Artificial Heart

September 28, 2001
Gene-Based AIDs Test Hits Market

September 28, 2001
Epilepsy Drug May Blur Vision

September 27, 2001
Pill May Help Abdominal Healing

September 27, 2001
Steroids Linked to Bone Loss

September 27, 2001
Experts Stress Need for Counseling

September 26, 2001
Cancer Victims Seek to Stay Fertile

September 26, 2001
Ovarian Tissue Implanted in Arms

September 26, 2001
Artificial Heart Patient Takes Spin

September 25, 2001
Study: Drug May Help Open Arteries

September 25, 2001
Heart Assn. Revises Guidelines

September 24, 2001
East, West May Combine Therapies

September 24, 2001
CDC Confirms Dengue Fever Outbreak

September 24, 2001
Study Links Chromosome, Blood Pressure

September 24, 2001
Healthy Living May Stop Diabetes

September 20, 2001
Blood Pressure Drug May Help Kidneys

September 20, 2001
Surgeons Operate From Afar

September 19, 2001
Artery Disease May Be Undertreated

September 19, 2001
Cervix and Premature Birth Linked

September 19, 2001
Hip Replacements Made Easier

September 19, 2001
Researchers Find Lupus Risk Gene

September 19, 2001
Behavior Therapies May Help Fatigue

September 19, 2001
Shot for Anemia Clears FDA Hurdle

September 17, 2001
Study: Kids Are More Active

September 16, 2001
Edwards Honored for Test-Tube Research

September 15, 2001
Approval Won for Blood-Clot Tests

September 15, 2001
Pa. Hospital Cleared to Resume Tests

September 14, 2001
Brain Scan Shows Emotion in Decisions

September 14, 2001
Heat Can Reduce Surgery Infections

September 14, 2001
Report: Lifespan for Blacks Shorter

September 14, 2001
Edible Berry May Fight Cancer

September 13, 2001
Mushroom May Destroy Human Muscles

September 13, 2001
Long Flights Linked to Blood Clots

September 13, 2001
Artificial Heart Operation Said Near

September 13, 2001
Aspirin May Extend Lives

September 13, 2001
Number of Obese Americans Rises

September 12, 2001
Woman Dies in Abortion Pill Test

September 12, 2001
Health Meeting Targets 'Stroke Belt'

September 11, 2001
FDA OKs Combination Cancer Treatment

September 11, 2001
Scientists Warn on West Nile Virus

September 11, 2001
Whooping Cough Stages Comeback

September 10, 2001
Birth Control Pill, Urine Protein Link

September 10, 2001
CDC: Americans Health Improving

September 10, 2001
Tribal Hospital Treats Diabetes

September 08, 2001
Artificial Heart Patient Improves

September 08, 2001
AIDS Vaccines May Protect Infected

September 07, 2001
Kid Involvement Helps Addicted Moms

September 07, 2001
Mixed Report on Benefits of Alcohol

September 07, 2001
Disney to Install Defibrillators

September 06, 2001
Virus May Help Fight HIV

September 06, 2001
Boston Hospital Pushes Breast Feeding

September 05, 2001
Hepatitis C Spreads in U.S. Prisons

September 05, 2001
Pediatric Group Revises SIDS Info

September 05, 2001
Doctors Praise New Heart Tube

September 04, 2001
Study Backs Cholesterol Drug Safety

September 04, 2001
FDA Wants Safe Medical Recycling

September 04, 2001
Antibiotics May Help Heart Trouble

September 03, 2001
Western Experts Battle Heart Disease

September 01, 2001
Medical Team Shares Heart Stories

August 31, 2001
Researchers Study Cancer Chemicals

August 31, 2001
Researchers Find Clue to Eclampsia

August 31, 2001
Aspirin-Enzyme-Diabetes Link Found

August 30, 2001
Scientists Wipe Out Mouse Tumors

August 30, 2001
Two Vaccines Linked to Seizures

August 30, 2001
Parents Worry About College Drinking

August 29, 2001
Hip Replacement Lawyer Seeks More Time

August 29, 2001
Teens May Use Performance Enhancers

August 28, 2001
Diabetes Strikes Adults in 30s

August 28, 2001
Researchers Hunt for Old-Age Gene

August 28, 2001
FDA Approves Pacemaker-Like Device

August 27, 2001
Fish Is a Weapon Against West Nile

August 26, 2001
Human Kidney Kept Alive in Machine

August 25, 2001
Hospital Error Leads to Lab Reviews

August 25, 2001
Current Stem Cells May Get FDA's OK

August 25, 2001
Clinic to Supply Embryos to Harvard

August 24, 2001
OxyContin Maker Tries Safeguard

August 24, 2001
Venezuela Dealing With Dengue Fever

August 24, 2001
Brazil to Strip Patent on AIDS Drug

August 23, 2001
E. Coli Victims Didn't Wash Hands

August 23, 2001
Pharmacist Accused of Diluting Drugs

August 23, 2001
Study Compares Colon Cancer Tests

August 23, 2001
Study Disputes IUD-Infertily Link

August 22, 2001
Report Questions Arthritis Drugs

August 22, 2001
Obesity Linked to Pancreatic Cancer

August 21, 2001
Artificial Heart Patient Identified

August 21, 2001
Feds to Track Blood Supply

August 21, 2001
Study: Gene Holds Risk of Death

August 17, 2001
CDC: 15M American Adults Have Asthma

August 17, 2001
CDC: Millions Miss Fluoride Benefit

August 17, 2001
New device for transporting donated organs

August 16, 2001
Study: China Smoking Deaths Rising

August 16, 2001
Study: High Blood Pressure Untreated

August 16, 2001
Hispanic Cirrhosis Rate Is Highest

August 16, 2001
Smoking Ads Still Aimed at Kids

August 15, 2001
Bristol-Myers to Offer Free Product

August 15, 2001
Study: Many Discover HIV Late

August 15, 2001
Study: Emphysema Surgery Dangerous

August 15, 2001
Illness Spreads in Cincinnati

August 15, 2001
Estrogen Therapy Helps Elderly

August 14, 2001
U.S. AIDS Findings Cause Concern

August 14, 2001
FDA OKs Heart Failure Breathing Drug

August 14, 2001
Patching Popular for Aneurysms

August 14, 2001
Bush Threatens Stem Cell Veto

August 14, 2001
Artificial Heart Patient on Ventilator

August 13, 2001
Legionnaires' Warning in Las Vegas

August 13, 2001
Thompson: Bush Firm on Stem Cells

August 11, 2001
Netherlands to Vaccinate 5,000 Kids

August 10, 2001
Scientists Excited About Stem Cells

August 10, 2001
Conn. Man Celebrates Heart Anniversary

August 10, 2001
Vitamins May Blunt Cholesterol Drugs

August 09, 2001
OxyContin Making 'Smart Pill'

August 09, 2001
Walking, Diet Can Cut Diabetes

August 09, 2001
Bayer Pulls Anti-Cholesterol Drug

August 08, 2001
Freshmen in Dorms at Meningitis Risk

August 08, 2001
Study Faults Heart-Related Research

August 07, 2001
Cream Might Repair Sun Damage

August 02, 2001
Surgery May Help Some Epileptics

August 02, 2001
FDA Approves Camera-In-A-Pill

August 02, 2001
Foot-Swellings Blamed on Bacteria

August 02, 2001
Israel Researchers Grow Heart Cells

July 31, 2001
Baby Formula to Resemble Breast Milk

July 31, 2001
Johns Hopkins Investigates Study

July 30, 2001
Doctor Charged With Murder Over OxyContin

July 30, 2001
Experts: FluMist Needs More Tests

July 27, 2001
FDA Debates Nasal Spray for Flu

July 27, 2001
Previous Asthma Illnesses Unreported

July 27, 2001
First Heart Assist Recipient Dies

July 26, 2001
New Class of Antibiotics Looks Good

July 26, 2001
Leukemia Drug Shows Early Promise

July 25, 2001
Even a Little 2nd-Hand Smoke May Hurt

July 25, 2001
Deaths From Med Errors May Be Fewer

July 25, 2001
U.S. Teen Births Fall to Record Low

July 24, 2001
Heart Group Changes Mind on Estrogen

July 23, 2001
Future of Heart Pump Uncertain

July 23, 2001
Experts: Kids Worried About Weight

July 17, 2001
Surgeon: Heart Procedure a 'Home Run'

July 17, 2001
Stroke Risk May Grow After Bypass

July 16, 2001
Exercise Chemical May Cause Migraines

July 13, 2001
Mother-To-Child Syphilis Rate Down

July 13, 2001
Museum Show Tells How Brain Works

July 13, 2001
Yellow Fever Vaccine Questioned

July 12, 2001
Poor Areas, Heart Attacks Linked

July 12, 2001
Pill Looks Promising for Blood Clots

July 12, 2001
Scar Cells May Hinder Transplants

July 12, 2001
Patient Returns to Operating Room

July 11, 2001
Town Wants Fingerprints for Painkiller

July 11, 2001
FDA Panel Shoots Down Heart Device

July 11, 2001
Doctors Warn Against Herb Products

July 11, 2001
MS Society Announces New Guidelines

July 11, 2001
FDA OKs Pacer, Rejects Other Device

July 10, 2001
Staph Bacteria Easily Swap Genes

July 09, 2001
Artificial Heart Patient Still Stable

July 09, 2001
AIDS Deaths in Prisons Fall Sharply

July 08, 2001
Hospitals Ready for Artificial Hearts

July 03, 2001
Scientists Manufacture Human Eggs

July 03, 2001
End to Mercury Thermometers Urged

July 03, 2001
Drug's Affect on Breast Cancer Studied

July 02, 2001
Exercise Research Creates Doubts

July 02, 2001
Home Fertility Test Kit Developed

June 28, 2001
Blood Test May Help Heart Victims

June 28, 2001
Researchers Make Cancer Advancement

June 27, 2001
Drug May Help Dialysis Patients

June 27, 2001
Canada Downplays Breast Cancer Exam

June 27, 2001
Health of Caregivers Studied

June 27, 2001
Americans Support Stem Cell Research

June 27, 2001
Death Rate of Heart Disease Drops

June 26, 2001
Emergency Room Visits Jump 14 Pct.

June 26, 2001
Food Cos. Seek Bacteria Killers

June 26, 2001
African Leaders Speak at UN Summit

June 25, 2001
Young Men and Blood Pressure Studied

June 20, 2001
AMA Chief Files Suit Vs. Organization

June 20, 2001
Dense Bone May Help ID Breast Cancer

June 20, 2001
Folic Acid Decreases Birth Defects

June 20, 2001
Common Virus May Fight Brain Tumors

June 20, 2001
Panel: Focus Needed on Cancer Care

June 19, 2001
AMA Considers Youth Group Resolution

June 19, 2001
Study: Docs Not Candid With Patients

June 18, 2001
Board Game Teaches About Birth

June 12, 2001
Uganda Gets AIDS Training Center

June 12, 2001
Pollution Linked to Heart Attacks

June 11, 2001
Orphans Said Hurt by Stutter Tests

June 11, 2001
Hiking Has Special Training Needs

June 08, 2001
Researchers Make Smallest Laser

June 08, 2001
Racial Split in Down Syndrome Death

June 08, 2001
FDA Approves Heartworm Injection

June 07, 2001
FDA Panel Considers Narcolepsy Drug

June 07, 2001
Heart-Cells Discovery Gives Hope

June 07, 2001
Study Cites Obesity Health Risks

June 06, 2001
FDA Approves Implanted Stomach Band

June 06, 2001
Cancer Rates Declining, Experts Say

June 06, 2001
Cancer Rates List

May 30, 2001
Md. Finds First West Nile Infection

May 25, 2001
Brain Activity Links Gambling, Drugs

May 25, 2001
Smoking Rate Drops in Arizona

May 24, 2001
Researchers Question Placebo Effect

May 23, 2001
Two New Studies Probe Asthma Drug

May 22, 2001
Study: Fish Major Part of Early Diet

May 22, 2001
Scientists Link Gene to Crohn's

May 22, 2001
Special Coating May Kill Germs

May 21, 2001
WHO Adopts AIDS Statement

May 21, 2001
Polio Cases Drop to New Low

May 18, 2001
Fed Rules Urged on Gene Clinics

May 18, 2001
Polio Diagnosed in Bulgaria

May 17, 2001
Virus Endangers Heart Transplants

May 17, 2001
Court OKs Maine Drug Law

May 16, 2001
New Cholesterol Guidelines Released

May 16, 2001
Mouthwash May Help Against Cancer

May 16, 2001
Study: Hormones Reduce Cancer Risk

May 09, 2001
Study: Contraceptive Patch Safe

May 09, 2001
Antidepressant Use Soars in Youth

May 09, 2001
Study Links Surgery, Medication

May 08, 2001
Doctors See Autism on Rise

May 08, 2001
Survey Finds States Lacking in SIDS

May 08, 2001
CDC Issues Lice-School Study

May 07, 2001
FDA Approves Child's Defibrillator

May 07, 2001
Abortion-Cancer Warning Considered

May 07, 2001
74-Yr-Old Man Gets Heart Machine

May 04, 2001
Better Broken Hip Survival Sought

May 04, 2001
Drug Companies Cut Africa Prices

May 04, 2001
Study Shows Blood Cell Versatility

May 02, 2001
Planned Parenthood Selling Own Condoms

May 02, 2001
Compound Cures Arthritic Mice

May 01, 2001
Carbon Monoxide May Help Lungs

May 01, 2001
Doc Urges Emergency Contraceptives

May 01, 2001
Study: Lead Paint Affects Child IQ

April 30, 2001
Gene Therapy Restores Vision in Dog

April 30, 2001
Deadly Altitude Sickness Studied

April 30, 2001
Leukemia Cases Climb in Nev. Town

April 27, 2001
FDA Committee OKs Antibiotic

April 27, 2001
Breast Cancer Test Shows Promise

April 27, 2001
Scientists Progress on Stem Cells

April 25, 2001
Quadriplegic Gets Pig Cell Injection

April 25, 2001
Study Questions Birth-Defect Stats

April 25, 2001
Medical Errors Said Greater in Kids

April 24, 2001
Study Hails Impact of Mammograms

April 24, 2001
Spacesuit Protects Boy From Sun

April 24, 2001
New Options for Spine Fractures

April 24, 2001
No Link Between Vaccination, Autism

April 23, 2001
AIDS Spotlight Shifts to Third World

April 23, 2001
Research Shows Panic, Phobia Link

April 23, 2001
Scientists Examine Lung Cancer

April 19, 2001
Company To Implant Artificial Heart

April 19, 2001
Fitness Centers Help Hospitals

April 19, 2001
Study Rates Estrogen Alternative

April 18, 2001
New System for Medical Volunteers

April 18, 2001
Chlamydia Screening Recommended

April 17, 2001
Estrogen, Lower Cancer Risks Linked

April 17, 2001
Living Organ Donations Jump in 2000

April 17, 2001
HHS Plans To Boost Organ Donation

April 13, 2001
Dementia Survival As Low As 3 Years

April 13, 2001
Study Addresses Schizophrenia Link

April 13, 2001
Study Proposes More Slaughtering

April 12, 2001
AIDS Drugs Available in Africa

April 12, 2001
Epilepsy Drugs May Cause Birth Defects

April 11, 2001
South Africa OKs Blood Substitute

April 11, 2001
Study: Mutation, Sciatica Risk Link

April 11, 2001
Strep Throat Bacteria Code Cracked

April 10, 2001
Bush Plan Cuts Drug Reimportation

April 10, 2001
Heart-Lung Transplant Recipient Dies

April 08, 2001
States Work on Prescription Drug Fix

April 07, 2001
Blood Lack Delays Houston Surgeries

April 07, 2001
Vaccination Drive Starts in Africa

April 05, 2001
Experts: Mad Cow Risk Very Low

April 05, 2001
Study of Medical Marijuana Launched

April 05, 2001
Government Plans Organ Donor Card

April 04, 2001
U.N. Says Polio Is Almost Gone

April 04, 2001
Ravers Try To Counter Social Image

April 04, 2001
PC's Enlisted To Fight Cancer

April 03, 2001
Lilly To Develop Inhaled Insulin

April 03, 2001
Study: Antibiotics Not Much Help

April 02, 2001
Technology May Aid Cancer Diagnosis

April 02, 2001
Polio Victims Suffering Late Relapse

April 02, 2001
Popeye May Have Been Right

March 30, 2001
Study Looks at Genetics, Weight Loss

March 30, 2001
WHO Says Polio Strain Eradicated

March 30, 2001
Childhood Rickets Making a Comeback

March 28, 2001
Seattle Cancer Center Sued for Fraud

March 28, 2001
Americans Confuse Livestock Diseases

March 28, 2001
Abbott Cuts African AIDS Drug Prices

March 26, 2001
Study: Americans are Sleep-Deprived

March 26, 2001
Study: Walking Can Cut Heart Risk

March 26, 2001
Gene Tied to Early Puberty in Girls

March 22, 2001
Study: Chelation Fails To Aid Heart

March 22, 2001
Bone Marrow Procedure Offers Hope

March 22, 2001
Study: Vaccinating Young Helps Old

March 21, 2001
South Africa: More HIV Than Thought

March 21, 2001
Supplement Doesn't Prevent Loss

March 21, 2001
Study Explores Estrogen-Cancer Risk

March 20, 2001
Study Backs Heart Attack Drug

March 20, 2001
Lung Transplant Recipient Dies

March 20, 2001
Diabetes Pills Being Tested on Kids

March 19, 2001
Job Stress May Offset Hard Work

March 19, 2001
Light May Help Find Breast Cancer

March 19, 2001
Radiation After Angioplasty Fails

March 16, 2001
New Method Could Aid Lung Donation

March 16, 2001
Study: English a Factor in Dyslexia

March 15, 2001
Progress in Baby Heart Transplants

March 15, 2001
Study: Measles Vaccine Safe

March 15, 2001
FDA Issues Lead Warning to Dentists

March 15, 2001
Study: Rectal Thermometers Superior

March 15, 2001
Girl, 11, Fitted With Artificial Arms

March 14, 2001
Study Links Food Poisoning to Tuna

March 14, 2001
WHO, Airlines To Study Blood Clots

March 14, 2001
Study Focuses on Shock Therapy

March 13, 2001
Romania To Get HIV Drug Price Cut

March 12, 2001
Paper: Co. Knew of Drug-Liver Link

March 12, 2001
Pregnancy Complication on the Rise

March 12, 2001
Drug Costs Grow in Health Spending

March 10, 2001
AIDS Vaccine Shows Promise

March 08, 2001
Aspirin May Lower Cancer Risk

March 08, 2001
Skull Surgery Fails for Parkinson's

March 08, 2001
Merck To Lower HIV Drug Costs

March 07, 2001
Cancer May Have Magnetic Field Link

March 07, 2001
Smokers' Wives, Chemicals Linked

March 07, 2001
Study Backs AIDS Drug Combo

March 05, 2001
Blood Pressure, Older Mothers Studied

March 05, 2001
Literacy Needed for Good Health

March 05, 2001
Study: Asthmatics Prone to Disease

March 01, 2001
Scientists Gain Breast Cancer Facts

March 01, 2001
New Light Shed on Cystic Fibrosis

March 01, 2001
Green Tea May Not Prevent Cancer

February 28, 2001
Study Casts Doubt on Down Screening

February 27, 2001
Campaign Pushes At-Home Exercises

February 26, 2001
Study: Stretch Cords Help Exercise

February 26, 2001
Studies: Aspirin Safe for Heart

February 23, 2001
Merck Reportedly Tests HIV Vaccine

February 23, 2001
Alarm Over Calif. Syphilis Outbreak

February 23, 2001
Group Calls Drug Study Unethical

February 22, 2001
Breast Cancer Innovation Cited

February 22, 2001
Va. Senate OKs 'Morning After' Pill

February 22, 2001
South Africa To Get Free AIDS Drug

February 20, 2001
New Hope for Fen-Phen Users

February 20, 2001
Babies' Health Report: Mixed Record

February 19, 2001
Umbilical Cords Could Repair Brains

February 16, 2001
Homocysteine May Trigger Strokes

February 16, 2001
FDA, Red Cross Readying Donor Bans

February 16, 2001
Study Probes Dyslexia Troubles

February 14, 2001
Report Cites Seafood Safety Lapses

February 14, 2001
Pain Medication Clinical Trials End

February 13, 2001
Scientists Decipher Mouse DNA

February 13, 2001
Many Epileptics Go Untreated

February 13, 2001
Study: Low Fat Linked to Stroke Risk

February 12, 2001
Gene Map Creates New Frontier

February 12, 2001
Exercise May Help Clot-Dissolving

February 12, 2001
Age and Joint Replacements Studied

February 09, 2001
Woman in Canada Doesn't Have Ebola

February 09, 2001
Catching HIV in Single Sex Act Low

February 09, 2001
Med Schools Study Research Policies

February 08, 2001
Study Sees Post-Surgical Mental Loss

February 08, 2001
Drug-Resistant AIDS Virus Spreading

February 08, 2001
Antidote Works Against Methanol

February 07, 2001
Cancer May Be Tamed Within 25 Years

February 07, 2001
CDC Hopes to Cut New AIDS Cases

February 06, 2001
FDA OKs New Schizophrenia Option

February 06, 2001
Supplements Raise Mad Cow Concerns

February 06, 2001
New AIDS Drugs May Outwit HIV

February 05, 2001
Diseases Threaten Brazilian Tribe

February 05, 2001
Study: Stroke Victims Delay Care

February 05, 2001
Exercise Can Help With Chemo Symptoms

February 01, 2001
Feds OK Tests of Artificial Heart

February 01, 2001
Warnings Urged for Lyme Vaccine

February 01, 2001
Studies: No Vaccine, MS Link

January 30, 2001
Pill Bottles 'Talk' to Elderly

January 29, 2001
Experts Say We're Getting Fat

January 26, 2001
Study Uncovers Mystery Cell's Role

January 26, 2001
Study Looks at Osteoarthritis

January 26, 2001
Thais To Study Flying Effects

January 25, 2001
Diabetic Treatment Sometimes Fatal

January 25, 2001
Chair Improves Bladder Control

January 25, 2001
Radiation Reduces Artery Reclogging

January 24, 2001
Report: Red Wine May Not Help Hearts

January 24, 2001
Report on Heart Attack Survival

January 24, 2001
Breast-Feeding Benefits Bolstered

January 23, 2001
Two More Diagnosed With Meningitis

January 23, 2001
FDA Probes Sale of Fake AIDS Drug

January 23, 2001
Stem Cell Research Racing Ahead

January 22, 2001
Study: Athletes Drink More Alcohol

January 22, 2001
Survey: Doctors Don't Help Addicts

January 19, 2001
Onset of Epileptic Seizures Studied

January 19, 2001
Study Suggests Retiming Meals

January 19, 2001
Dozens Contract Illness in Borneo

January 18, 2001
Drs. Spend More Time With Patients

January 18, 2001
Study Rekindles Ergonomic Debate

January 18, 2001
Blood Cell Transplants Boost Survival

January 17, 2001
Makers of AIDS Tests Settle With FTC

January 17, 2001
Chemo Urged For Small Breast Tumors

January 17, 2001
Dilemmas Cited in Removing Organs

January 16, 2001
Company Maps Protein Interactions

January 16, 2001
LaserVision Settles FDA Lawsuit

January 16, 2001
Vitamin Intake Recommendations

January 11, 2001
Airlines To Print Health Warnings

January 11, 2001
USDA: Traditional Diets Best

January 11, 2001
FDA Approves Breast Cancer Drug

January 11, 2001
First Angioplasty a Success Story

January 09, 2001
Panel Examines Alternative Medicines

January 09, 2001
Obese Kids, Heart Disease Link Found

January 09, 2001
Study: Kids' Weight a Major Concern

January 08, 2001
Side Effects Reported HIV Drug

January 08, 2001
Report: Tissue Banks Lack Checkups

January 08, 2001
N.J. Women Wait Weeks for Mammograms

January 08, 2001
Study: Infections Are From Patients

January 05, 2001
Drug Dangerous After HIV Exposure

January 05, 2001
Bush, Stem Cell Research Questioned

January 05, 2001
Teen Implants Concern Britain

January 04, 2001
Study Sees Medicare Costs Rising

January 04, 2001
Study: Angioplasty Can Beat Drug

January 04, 2001
Study Knocks Hair Analysis

December 20, 2000
Hip Replacement Blood Clots Studied

December 20, 2000
Study Shows Shortage of Pharmacists

December 20, 2000
Coffee May Help Protect From Cancer

December 03, 2000
Popular Bowel Drug Withdrawn

November 28, 2000
Laser Technique Shrinks Fibroids

November 28, 2000
Study: Device May Prevent Broken Hips

November 28, 2000
Progress in Down Syndrome Test

November 17, 2000
Test Provides Look at Sick Hearts

November 14, 2000
Doctors Using Cells To Repair Hearts

November 14, 2000
Artificial Discs Offer New Hope

November 14, 2000
FDA Allows Newborn-Sized Pacemaker

October 17, 2000
FDA OKs Shock-Wave Pain Reliever

October 17, 2000
Heart Stents Work for Both Sexes

October 03, 2000
Cells Transplanted to Man's Heart

October 03, 2000
Scientists Link Gene to Diabetes

October 02, 2000
Study: Problems in Cancer Treatment

October 01, 2000
Computer Helps Children With Cancer

September 26, 2000
Cervical Cancer Test Catching On

January 01, 1900
Bush to Pledge $200M for AIDS Fund


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