Think Cocaine is Glamorous? Think Again…

Cocaine carries with it a certain mystique. Glamorized in movies and once considered “the caviar of street drugs,” cocaine is experiencing a surge in popularity, especially among women. According to a … [Read more...]

Aspirin to treat cancer?

Aspirin, a.k.a  acetylsalicid acid, is clearly the wonder drug of all times. Initially developed as an analgesic (pain reliever) and anti-pyretic (anti-fever) more than a hundred years ago, these … [Read more...]

Taking pills with food, grapefruit juice may be promising way to cut prescription costs for cancer patients

New studies reveal a promising new ways to keep prescription drug costs down for cancer patients -- and it could be just as easy as taking pills on a full stomach rather than an empty one as … [Read more...]

Multiple Sclerosis Drug Combined with Lipitor May Stop or Reverse Disease – Dosages Cut in Half with Fewer Negative Side Effects

March 16th 2006 Combining treatments may improve outcomes for patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), according to research done on mice and published online by the Journal of Clinical Investigation. … [Read more...]

FDA Advisers Endorse Return of Multiple Sclerosis Drug

03.08.06, 12:00 AM ET WEDNESDAY, March 8 (HealthDay News) -- A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel voted unanimously Wednesday to allow the promising but controversial multiple sclerosis … [Read more...]

Genetic Technologies Reports Breakthrough in the Genetic Basis of Drug Addiction

3/14/2006 9:24:00 AM EST Genetic Technologies Limited ("GTG") (Nasdaq:GENE) (ASX:GTG) is pleased to refer to a "breaking news" item released in London yesterday by BBC News. BBC reported a … [Read more...]

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