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The pharma giant's drug combo is now just months away from potential U.S. approval for a type of liver cancer.
The number of companies stepping up to cover travel costs for U.S. employees seeking abortion services is growing following a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to overturn its landmark Roe v. Wade.
Economists have been studying a three-year window for hints as to what might happen if the Supreme Court goes ahead delivers a leaked draft opinion that would overturn a national right to an abortion.
The announcement comes three days ahead of FDA advisory panel meeting, at which advisors will vote on whether the authorized and approved Covid-19 vaccines should be updated for the fall to target more recently-circulating variants.
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Mega-blockbuster Dupixent was just given the FDA's green light to treat patients with a chronic, progressive inflammatory disease.
One shot that was tested targeted Omicron specifically, while another was modified to work against the strain and the original virus.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday overturned its landmark decision Roe v. Wade that for nearly 50 years has secured women's federal right to obtain an abortion.
The governors of California, Oregon, and Washington issue a joint statement vowing to defend access to reproductive health care, including abortion.
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - The U.S. Supreme Court's abortion decision is expected to make Florida an epicenter of the state-by-state fight over the issue in the coming months, raising the stakes for abortion rights advocates in the November election and complicating effortsw by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis to manage both his statewide and national political fortunes. Within hours of the court's decision, access to abortion emerged as a major fault line in America's divisive cultural battles. Thirte
The talks have picked up pace and the two companies are scheduled to meet this week. The proposed takeover would be one of the largest of the year and would beef up Merck’s cancer-drug portfolio.
The parents of a premature baby who passed away at a Boston hospital have filed a lawsuit after the infant’s remains got lost in the facility’s morgue.
Most women who want an abortion will still be able to get one, but bans in about half the states will mostly affect poor women who can't afford to travel somewhere else for the procedure.
COVID-19 vaccines this fall are likely to be based on the Omicron variant of the coronavirus rather than the original strain, although some experts suggest they may only offer significant benefits for older and immunocompromised people. Moderna, Pfizer and Novavax have been testing vaccines based on the first BA.1 Omicron variant that became dominant last winter, driving a massive surge in infections. On Wednesday, Moderna said its updated vaccine worked well against more recent Omicron subvariants, and that it was moving forward with plans to ask regulators for approval.
The right to abortion will now be decided by the states.
Scientists estimate that nearly 20 million lives were saved worldwide by COVID-19 vaccines during their first year.
President Joe Biden falsely suggested that the Supreme Court ruling Friday overturning Roe v. Wade made the U.S. an "outlier" among the developed world.
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