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Zolgensma From Novartis Is The Lowest Drug Ever Approved: Shots

Zolgensma, a new drug approved by the FDA Friday, costs over $ 2.1 million. This was done by AveXis, a drugmaker owned by pharmaceutical giant Novartis. Bloomberg / Bloomberg by Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Bloomberg / Bloomberg by Getty Images Zolgensma, a new drug approved by the FDA Friday, costs more than $ 2.1 million. This is done …

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WPTV investigates the delay in informing the public about Hepatitis A employees at Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – The Florida Department of Health notified Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant at Palm Beach Gardens on May 21 that one of its employees was positively tested for hepatitis A. Two days later, An alert is sent to the customer. Chief Marketing Officer for the restaurant said the business did not immediately alert customers because the …

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Officials consider travel bans in worst measles outbreak in 25 years

Some inexplicable things come out of our nation's capital. Occasionally, similar puzzlements emerge elsewhere in the nation. A current one is the developing outbreak of preventable measles that's becoming so serious now that federal officials have threatened some with unusually restrictive travel bans. Some of us were unaware that such a federal Do Not Board List exists for civilians who …

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Woman relieved after 'brain tumor' turns out to be parasite

UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan – "The good news is, I do not have cancer." That is also surprising news because doctors at a New York hospital thought just the opposite until last September when neurosurgeons opened up Rachel Palma's skull. They fully expected to find a marble-size malignant brain tumor. Instead, they found a parasite. "We were, like, overjoyed," said …

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DNA diet: How to help you know your genes in your jeans

Most people have a basic understanding of genetics: You have inherited genes from your parents, and combine their DNA to create your unique genetic makeup. It may include clearer features such as eye color and height but more complex properties that may have different genes, such as the risk of disease including diabetes, heart disease, obesity and cancer, as well …

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IVF couples can choose the & # 39; smartest & # 39; embryo | Society

Couples who undergo IVF treatment may be given the option of selecting the "smartest" embryo within the next 10 years, a leading American scientist is predicted. Stephen Hsu, senior vice president for research at Michigan State University, progress means that it will soon be able to trust the embryos according to potential IQ, posing in-depth ethical questions for in society …

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To Clear Nervous Families, Pakistan Changed Polio Immunization Tactics

After heavy setbacks in April led to a bunch of new polio cases, Pakistan is transforming its immune strategy with a renewed effort to eliminate the virus. The country is only three – with Afghanistan and perhaps Nigeria – where polio is still indigenous. The annihilation of the virus in Pakistan is very important in driving to eliminate the world …

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Backyard chickens, ducks likely source of salmonella outbreak

CLOSE A federal health agency says backyard chickens and ducks are the likely source of a multi-state salmonella outbreak that has sickened 52 people, including at least one person in Michigan. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that there have been 52 reported cases across 21 states. Five people have been hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. …

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