PEPFAR has been one of the most successful foreign policy initiatives, but its budget has been reduced.
At least seven passengers were headed to International AIDS Conference, organizers confirm
Physician says the news is a ‘punch to the gut’ after hopes had been raised by the early treatment.
Scientists believe answers to some of brain’s most profound mysteries may lie in Lumosity’s gameplay data.
She’s got a big idea from Silicon Valley (23andMe). Her business is on hold in Washington (the FDA).
Panel that included private industry experts looked for inefficiencies in agency’s spending.
The Obama administration on Friday ended a 33-year ban on the federal insurance program’s coverage of gender reassignment surgeries — a key victory for transgender rights and a decision that is likely to pressure more insurers to provide for such services.
Ingestible chips track patients’ bodies in real time but raise some legal and ethical concerns.
Three states are poised to let the terminally ill bypass FDA paperwork, assuming the drugmakers are game.
Some researchers say it can be done with minimal risk. Others say there’s no way to guarantee safety.