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  1. FDA Approves HPV Test for Cervical Cancer

    Detects presence of high-risk strains of virus believed to cause disease

  2. FDA OKs Quick-Acting Antidote for Prescription Painkiller Overdose

    Evzio is part of efforts to stem health risks from abuse of drugs such as Oxycontin, Vicodin

  3. Alli Weight Loss Drug Recalled Over Tampering

    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Consumer Healthcare has voluntarily recalled all of its nonprescription weight loss drug Alli from retailers in the United States and Puerto Rico, the company announced on March 27.

  4. Weight-Loss Drug Alli: Tampering Investigation

    Weight-Loss Drug Alli: Tampering Investigation

  5. Pfizer Recalls Effexor Antidepressant

    Pfizer Inc. has issued a recall for the antidepressant Effexor (venlafaxine HCI) because it may have been contaminated with a heart drug.

  6. FDA Approves Copaxone 3 Times a Week for MS

    The FDA approves Copaxone 3 times a week for MS.

  7. FDA Warns Against Prescription Drugs With High Levels of Acetaminophen

    Officials say action taken because of reports of severe liver damage from accidental overdoses

  8. New Diabetes Drug Approved by FDA

    New Diabetes Drug Approved by FDA

  9. FDA Rejects MS Drug Lemtrada

    The FDA has rejected the new multiple sclerosis drug Lemtrada, saying the drugmaker didn’t show the drug's benefits outweigh some serious risks.

  10. New Hepatitis C Drug Approved by FDA

    Taken as a pill once a day, it could make treatment for millions easier, more effective

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