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US : FDA Rejects Novartis’ Serelaxin

US : FDA Rejects Novartis' Serelaxin

Novartis announced that it received a Complete Response Letter from the FDA indicating that the agency will not approve a Biologics License Application for serelaxin for the improvement of acute HF symptoms via reduction of the rate of worsening of HF. Read More »

CDC Recommends Pill Against HIV, Report

CDC Recommends Pill Against HIV, Report

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Wednesday announced new clinical guidelines that recommend anyone who is at an elevated risk for contracting HIV use the drug Truvada as a preventive measure to help protect themselves from being infected with the virus, which can cause AIDS. The federal health agency recommended the use of Truvada,, an antiretroviral medication that is ... Read More »

Man Claims His Father Is The Zodiac Killer

Man Claims His Father Is The Zodiac Killer

CNN reports that a man from Louisiana claims the famous Zodiac Killer as his father. Gary L. Stewart, the author of a newly published book “The Most Dangerous Animal of All: Searching for My Father and Finding the Zodiac Killer” claimed that during his research he has find a similar resemblance between the two. Read More »

A blood test to predict premature delivery, Study

A blood test to predict premature delivery

A new research shows that blood tests during pregnancy can identify the risk of preterm births. In order to develop the test, researchers used microarrays to study various whole blood gene expression linked to spontaneous premature birth within 48 hours in women with premature labor that were admitted to hospital. The team explained that it is an important time frame ... Read More »

Obesity Raises Breast Cancer Death Rate By a Third, Study Finds

Obesity Raises Breast Cancer Death Rate By a Third, Study Finds

Obesity was an independent risk factor for breast cancer mortality among premenopausal women with ER-positive disease, according to results of a meta-analysis. Researchers did not observe the association among postmenopausal women with ER-positive disease, or in women with ER-negative disease. “Obesity is reportedly associated with worse prognosis in early breast cancer, but this association could depend strongly on ER positivity ... Read More »