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Is the unregulated compound, made from a Southeast Asian tree, a way to rein in the opioid epidemic — or make it worse?
The agency now links the botanical substance, imported from Southeast Asia, to 44 deaths across the United States.
A major new report says that patients should be monitored closely for cardiac toxicity
The agency asks drugmakers to limit the number of diarrhea treatments in any one package to discourage use.
The animals are headed to a sanctuary after the Food and Drug Administration ends a study that sparked concerns.
The products haven't been proven to be safe and divert consumers from effective treatments, officials say.
The agency commissioner says the step could help researchers and the public better understand FDA decisions.
The drug, part of a class called PARP inhibitors, was already approved for advanced ovarian cancer.
In many cases, the agency says, coughs from common colds will improve on their own.
A new report shows that lower mortality rates for lung, prostate, breast and colorectal cancers are driving the drop in the overall cancer death rate.