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HIV life expectancy 'near normal' thanks to new drugsBBC NewsYoung people on the latest HIV drugs now have near-normal life expectancy because of improvements in treatments, a study in The Lancet suggests. Twenty-year-olds who started antiretroviral therapy in 2010 are projected to live 10 years longer than ...
Woman's skin 'melts off' after medication errorUSA TODAYSNELLVILLE, Ga. — Three years ago, a Georgia woman went to the doctor because she was depressed. The medication worked at first, but then blisters broke out all over her body. For the first two weeks, "everything was OK," said Khaliah Shaw, 26. But ...
Here's how to stay sun safe in summerPocono RecordAs the days grow longer and the sun is stronger, it's important that you take steps to stay sun safe, says Dolsie Allen, a family nurse practitioner at St. Luke's Monroe Family Practice in Bartonsville. Too much sun exposure can cause sunburn, eye ...
'Kill pill' intensifying opioid epidemicKING5.comHealth experts are saying deaths due to Fentanyl--dubbed the "kill pill"--have roughly doubled in Washington in only a year. LiLi Tan, KING 7:20 PM. PDT May 10, 2017. Health experts say deaths due to fentanyl - dubbed the "kill pill" - have roughly ...
US FDA approves Merck immunotherapy/chemo combo for lung cancerReutersMay 10 Merck & Co said on Wednesday U.S. health regulators approved its Keytruda in combination with chemotherapy for previously untreated advanced lung cancer, solidifying the drugmaker's lead position in the field of medicines that help the immune ... |