Medical marijuana has swept the country, but physicians aren’t trained how to use it.
The critical shortage of organs isn’t going away. Revising the current guidelines about who should be a donor—and who should be a recipient—might save lives.
As the role of the pharmacist changes, one program explores how it can help people with heart disease and other conditions.
Neurologist Anne Louise Oaklander investigates a cause of chronic pain that is treatable without opioids.
More physicians are prescribing a class of drugs called gabapentinoids to manage pain. Should we be worried?
The 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry brought cryo-electron microscopy to the front page. What is it and why is it changing drug discovery?
Patient advocacy groups play a role in the approval of drugs. Should their donors come under scrutiny?
The most damaging forms of multiple sclerosis get new treatments, including one that is already widely available.
Bacteria in the body produce their own powerful antibiotics. Some may lead to new tools for fighting superbugs.
The Cures Act wants to put more tools in the hands of those who fight drug-resistant bacteria. Can this war be won?
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