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FDA Suggests Not to Use Drug Calcitonin Salmon for Osteoporosis Treatment

FDA Suggests Not to Use Drug Calcitonin Salmon for Osteoporosis Treatment

U. S. Food and Drug Administration's panel of advisers gave a statement that they no longer support the use and marketing of `calcitonin salmon' for the treatment of osteoporosis in post-menopausal women. The panel voted the drug out of its recommendations that it potentially increases the risk of cancer more than the treatment of osteoporosis by bone-thinning.

Monster Beverage Corp Accused of Teenager’s Death Due To Consumption of Its Energy Drink

Monster Beverage Corp Accused of Teenager’s Death Due To Consumption of Its Ener

Following the accusation of death of a 14-year-old girl after taking drinking the Monster Energy drink, Monster Beverage Corp defended criticism about the potential health risks of its Monster Energy drink, saying that there is no evidence that the drink caused death of that girl.

FDA Stops Use of Amgen's Sensipar on kids in Clinical Trials

FDA Stops Use of Amgen's Sensipar on kids in Clinical Trials

After the death of a 14-year-old patient in a clinical trial because of Amgen's Sensipar, the Food and Drug Administration has given orders to restrict the use of Sensipar in pediatric patients' clinical studies. However, the agency has not revealed about the surety of the drug having killed the boy.

FDA Rejects Stringent Packaging Call for Suboxone, Approves Generic Versions

FDA Rejects Stringent Packaging Call for Suboxone, Approves Generic Versions

As per recent news, the US drugs regulator has given approval to the generic versions of the drug named Suboxone and has, simultaneously, rejected Reckitt Benckiser's call for its strict packaging.

Smithfield Packing Co. Recalls Pork Sausage

Smithfield Packing Co. Recalls Pork Sausage

After receiving complaints from two consumers, Smithfield Packing Company has recalled 38,000 pounds of pork sausage. There were complaints of small plastic pieces in the sausage. Fortunately, there were no injuries reported due to these plastic pieces, which probably came from the hand gloves.

FDA Approves Breast Implant Natrelle 410

FDA Approves Breast Implant Natrelle 410

According to the reports, The Food and Drug Administration have approved a new breast implant known as Natrelle 410. This implant is for women of all ages and will help in increasing the breast size by rebuilding breast tissues.

Lombard Gets FDA Approval for ‘Aorfix’

Lombard Gets FDA Approval for ‘Aorfix’

Lombard Medical Technologies had developed a device dubbed Aorfix stent. It has been revealed that the US Food and Drug Administration has given green signal to the company for the new product.

The aim of the firm is to increase its operations at its Scottish manufacturing plant. And probably, the approval means the company's first step on the way to enhancing operations.

Novo’s Hopes Hit by FDA

Novo’s Hopes Hit by FDA

According to the information released on the shares of Novo, the world's best insulin maker has suffered a major slump. It has met 12% downfall in the number of shares. Earlier in the day, novo had suffered a sharp decline of 17%. Whereas, its rival company Sanofi rose by 4%.

FDA Approves Pomalyst for Multiple Myeloma Patients

FDA Approves Pomalyst for Multiple Myeloma Patients

Patients of multiple myeloma can now be a bit relieved since a new drug for the disease has received green signal from the US Food and Drug Administration.

The drug named Pomalyst has been manufactured by Celgene Corp. for patients whose condition worsened following treatment with other cancer drugs.

FDA Approves Avastin for Second-Line Cure of Colorectal Cancer

FDA Approves Avastin for Second-Line Cure of Colorectal Cancer

Genentech Inc., a biotechnology corporation, has announced lately that its drug named bevacizumab (Avastin) has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for a new use, a report has revealed.

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