UN cautions virus plasma treatment still experimental
WHO considers plasma therapy to be experimental and that it should continue to be evaluated.
Trump announces plasma treatment authorized for COVID-19
FDA scientists says plasma should not be considered a new standard of care for the treatment of patients with COVID-19.
CPDC’s radiopharmaceutical Hamilton facility gets FDA clearance
Medications that contain radioactive isotopes are used for the detection and treatment of diseases such as cancer.
FDA: Forever chemicals in food samples unlikely health risk
PFAS, created by DuPont in 1938 and put into use for tough nonstick cookware, now exists in an estimated 5,000 varieties.
Investigation under way after graphic video surfaces from Kellogg plant [VIDEO]
Video shows a man urinating on an assembly line at company’s Memphis, Tenn. factory in 2014.
Olympus scopes linked to US superbug outbreaks
FDA discovers a failure to alert regulators about 2012 infections, and no standard reporting procedure.
Canada Drugs faces US charges for counterfeit drugs
Online pharmacy based in Winnipeg accused of smuggling, money laundering and conspiracy.
US food industry told to phase out trans fats
FDA gives manufacturers three years to adapt, but some are looking for exceptions.
Johnson & Johnson recalls 32M contraceptive packages outside US
Company has yet to resolve problems related to quality control and plant upgrades, says University of Michigan pharmaceuticals analyst.