Patients & Caregivers
FDA Approves Test to Detect Zika Virus in Blood Donations
There have been 5530 symptomatic Zika virus cases in the U. S. reported since January 1, 2015. Only 1 was via blood donation.
Can the Zika Virus Treat a Rare Brain Cancer?
A knife can be both a weapon and a tool; it depends on why you are using it. The same may also apply to the Zika virus.
FDA Approves Rabies IgG. Available in Early 2018
FDA has approved Kedrab for treating people infected with rabies. The IgG is to be administered concurrently with a rabies vaccine.
FDA Tells Zika Virus Diagnostic Test Developers: Use Our Samples
FD) has made available a panel of human plasma samples to aid in the regulatory evaluation of serological tests to detect the Zika virus
Aradigm Submits NDA for Linhaliq (ciprofloxacin) to Treat Bronchiectasis
Aradigm has submitted its NDA for Linhaliq for the treatment of non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis (NCFBE) due to P. aeruginosa.
Former Senator, Kay Hagan, Recovering from Powassan Infection
She will stay in the Atlanta areas for the next few weeks as an outpatient patient at Shepherd Pathways
8-Year Old Doing Pullups 18 Months After Bilateral Hand Transplant
As of 18 months after surgery, the child is now able to write, feed, and dress himself more independently and efficiently.
Illinois Leading the Way for Managing PANDAS
Our doctors have been caught between a rock and a hard place knowing PANDAS can be treated but the insurance companies refuse to cover it
Shkreli's Former Biotech Company Thrives in His Absence
Since Chagas disease is also a neglected tropical disease, Kalobios could be eligible for a Priority Review Voucher if the drug gets approved.
Stribild Safe in Children with HIV
The authors concluded that "The fixed-dose combination of elvitegravir, cobicistat, emtricitabine, and tenofovir alafenamide was efficacious and well tolerated in virologically suppressed, HIV-infected children.
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