SPOTLIGHT: Cleveland Clinic's top 10

The Cleveland Clinic has come up with a list of the 10 best medical innovations for 2007 and a number of pharmaceutical therapies are on the list. The new cancer vaccines top the list. It's followed by designer therapeutics that use selective receptor antagonists to block side effects; ranibizumab to prevent the uncontrolled blood vessel formation at work in macular degeneration; new cancer drugs that involve cell growth inhibitors and convection-enhanced drug delivery technology that delivers drugs to a particular target. Report

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