An Interview with Dr. Jim Rybacki
Recent blog posts
- Europe Medicines Committee takes a different view than US FDA committee and give go ahead for Xarelto in acute coronary syndrome
- Can a side effect help you?
- Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs now available- PR Newswire
- Viagra for heart failure?--RELAX and The American College of Cardiology meeting in San Francisco
- Did you or a family member have a stroke or a heart attack? Could they be an undiagnosed diabetic too?
- Osphena (ospemifene) a new medicine for painful/difficult intercourse in women now FDA approved
- A CHANCE result for an older drug preventing strokes or will a US study make the POINT?
- Drug newly approved for children in lymphoblastic leukemia
- Love that woman? Give her blueberries and strawberries 3 times a week
- Tuesday morning at the American Heart in LA--Niacin/Niaspan and a closer look at AIM HIGH
The first of a new kind of lab test and a first-in-the-class therapy have been approved by the FDA. Zelboraf (vemurafenib) was approved by the FDA under the priority review program.
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