Hear how an American physician decided to mix allopathic and Ayurvedic medicine to treat his metastatic neck cancer. Should we all learn to combine them?
You might imagine your immune system as an army fighting off invaders. What if it behaved more like a peacekeeping force to maintain harmony?
Patients with hard-to-treat cancers are desperate for new and better cancer drugs. The FDA's accelerated approval process is supposed to do that. Does it?
Johnson & Johnson will pay a billion dollars to people who received the company's bad hip implants and had poor outcomes. Legal action on Roundup too.
After nine months the recall of contaminated generic BP drugs continues. Now it's a losartan recall from Teva. Why hasn't the FDA cleaned up this mess?
In examining how our diets can alter angiogenesis, Dr. Li has turned up plenty of evidence for using food as medicine to beat cancer.
There are new ARB recalls. Camber and Torrent Pharma companies are recalling large lots of losartan. How did this happen? A new carcinogen rears its head!
Dr. William Coley developed the first immunotherapy for cancer more than 100 years ago. How did this bacterial toxin work to overpower tumors?
How were your medications shipped from India to America? How did they get to your pharmacy or your doorstep? Is anyone in charge of mail-order medicines?
People who have failed traditional treatment for B cell lymphoma have few options. But two new studies report that CAR-T immunotherapy offers new hope.