NOW demands emergency contraception for all
‘It essentially writes a blank check for a regulatory authority’
Cigar Hunter: FDA stogie politics update, and some free cigars - TheDC Opinion
The FDA’s basic goal is to erase the historically bright line between Marlboros and Montecristos, and change cigar smoking in the United States forever.
Cigar Hunter: A 'House Resolution' to stymie the FDA - TheDC Opinion
TheDC’s executive editor enjoys hand-rolled stogies and doesn’t care if the government approves
A US District Court’s ruling on adult stem cell therapy raises troubling questions.
Fears about the FDA hampering innovation remain
On Wednesday, Congress approved a bill that allows the Food and Drug Administraion to regulate medical applications on smartphones.
Beaver glands are used as fruit or vanilla flavoring in some gum, candy, gelatin and pudding
The valve is currently available for patients who aren’t healthy enough to undergo the more invasive open-heart surgery
The draft guidance suggests the FDA will require food companies to prove the safety of any packaging using nanotechnology.
In February 2011, the FDA issued a warning about vials of a popular cancer drug called Avastin that turned out to be fake, according to a CBS News investigative report. The only FDA-approved Avastin that is allowed to be sold in the U.S. is manufactured domestically by Genetech. Five million vials of Avastin were sold [...]
For selling faulty insulin pumps and delaying disclosures of serious injuries to diabetics who used them
FDA expands use of Prevnar 13 vaccine for people ages 50 and older - The Sacramento Bee
Today’s approval provides an additional vaccine for preventing pneumococcal pneumonia and invasive disease
As the drug shortages have mounted, President Obama on Oct. 31 ordered the FDA to take several steps to resolve and prevent shortages
Pro-abortion groups upset over last-minute decision to continue requiring prescriptions for girls under 17
Obama administration agenda promises cigarette-style regulations for stogies, prompting nationwide backlash
So even though FDA formally revoked its approval of the drug to treat breast cancer, doctors still could prescribe it — but insurers may not pay for it
About 20 million people in the U.S. have type 2 diabetes
‘Nothing could rip the soul of the cigar industry apart like FDA actions.’
‘There’s only so much the FDA can do under the current law’