New cancer drugs continue to offer patients hope. Here are eight of them.
Erin Bastick, PharmD, RPh
This year has been another year full of oncology approvals, proving that the oncology pipeline is robust with first-of-the kind molecules, competitor products for existing agents, and biosimilars.
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Vaccines are an important part of creating “herd immunity” to keep infectious diseases in check. Here are three vaccine developments that have far reaching implications for public health.
Oncology experts shed light on progress of genetic testing and targeted therapies in lung cancer.
There is no cure for HIV, but with proper medical treatment, the disease can be controlled.
Treatment failures can result in a spectrum of problems for patients with hemophilia. Here’s some guidance on choosing the right therapy.
More targeted therapies for autoimmune diseases are on the horizon. Here’s what to anticipate in 2018.
While targeted cancer therapies make up a big part of the pipeline, there are three areas that oncology experts want you to keep on your radar.
More support for clinical trials and a wider lens for rare diseases in children sets the category on fire.