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An ‘unacceptably low’ amount of women are up to date on a test that can catch cervical cancer, according to a new study
A recent study found that just over half of women ages 21 to 29 are up to date on the Pap smear, a screening test for cervical cancer.
J&J is bulking up on its surgical-robotics presence with the $3.4 billion deal for Auris Health.
Your multivitamins and brain-boosting pills may be suspect, and regulators are cracking down on the $40 billion industry
Federal regulators announced this week that they'll be taking a more active role in policing the $40 billion supplement industry.
Hundreds of Americans have developed a rare cancer that’s linked to breast implants, and the FDA is urging doctors to stay alert
In a new letter to healthcare providers, the US Food and Drug Administration raised awareness about a rare type of lymphoma linked to breast implants.
INSIDER spoke with two oncologists to debunk some common myths about cancer, cancer treatment, and what patients need.
The best-selling author of ‘The Woman In the Window’ says he faked brain cancer to cover up his bipolar diagnosis
Dan Mallory, whose book "The Woman in the Window" is becoming a film, had a history of fabricating parts of his life, according to The New Yorker.
AIA launches Singapore’s first insurance plan covering mental illness and recurred critical illnesses
AIA claims its new plan will cover major depressive disorders (MDD), schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and Tourette syndrome.
A top psychedelic scientist says ‘the climate’s looking good’ for magic mushrooms and MDMA to turn into medicines at a gathering of ...
The drugs' medical potential is hitting the world stage at Davos.
A top Novartis executive says the $225 billion drug giant is planning for a ‘doomsday scenario’ in cancer treatment
Pharma giant Novartis is developing drugs that could prevent cancer before patients get it. One big question: how will we pay for them?
A Silicon Valley company just launched ‘smart’ cancer pills that track you with tiny sensors stamped into your medications
A digital medicine company called Proteus makes 'smart pills' embedded with sensors that tell your doctor when you've taken your medication. The pills also track activity levels.