FDA okayed the first treatment for chronic sialorrhea, or excessive drooling, in adult patients.
A pharma maker is under fire for raising prices on its cancer drugs. Meanwhile, there were two major cancer drug approvals in June. Here are the top 3 cancer news articles in the past month.
FDA approved a novel device to treat breathing difficulty associated with severe emphysema.
A combination melanoma treatment that was just approved by FDA is available through select specialty pharmacies.
FDA’s approval of a cannabidiol (CBD) medicine to treat seizures associated with 2 severe forms of epilepsy is a positive sign for other CBD drugs under development.
While FDA has approved other continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems, it just approved the first system that includes a fully implantable sensor to detect glucose.
The manufacturer of bevacizumab (Avastin), snagged FDA approval for yet another type of cancer.
FDA approved the first biosimilar to Neulasta, as well as a new combination treatment for osteoarthritis pain and hypertension and a new drug to treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
The first-and-only antidote indicated for patients treated with rivaroxaban and apixaban, when reversal of anticoagulation is needed due to life-threatening or uncontrolled bleeding, will begin a limited rollout in June.
The top 3 new US drug approvals include the first non-opioid treatment for opioid withdrawal, a migraine prevention drug, and the first biosimilar for anemia. Here are the top 3 new drugs, approved within the last week.