Keyword: Centers for Disease Control
Renown Health is partnering up with Genome Medical to help supply end-to-end genetic testing support and counseling services for its patients.
The U.S. government has formed an interagency task force to guide the rapid deployment of in vitro diagnostic tests during public health emergencies.
U.S. Army scientists are studying DNA from Egyptian fruit bats to figure out why bats can host several viruses without ever developing symptoms.
The Repair Impact Fund will invest in companies developing drugs against antimicrobial resistance.
The CDC director denied reports of a word ban at the agency, saying the guidelines came up in a budget-related meeting.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America warns that potential new tax changes could hit biomedical research in major public health areas.
A new test quickly shows if an antibiotic fights a given infection, which can reduce improperly prescribed antibiotics.
Lundbeck chief Schultz will lead Teva, former CDC director Frieden leads a new health project, Roivant named Eisai exec Waxman as general counsel.
President Donald Trump’s administration has released a breakdown of its attempts to cut back on healthcare and research spending across the government, with proposed cuts to governmental biomedical research centers and the drugs regulator laid down in the fleshed-out budget.
Mobile health coaching specialist Noom has announced results of a peer-reviewed study of its diabetes prevention app that showed comparable results to traditional prevention programs.