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Money Over Medical: Why We Don't Yet Have an Ebola Vaccine
Ebola may be making headlines, but it's not a big potential source of money for drug companies.
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Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, is on the rise. So the U.S. Surgeon General has released a Call to Action to help prevent the disease.
Experimental Malaria Vaccine Protects Babies
An experimental malaria vaccine being developed by one of the world’s biggest drug companies has protected small babies for as long as 18 months.
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'Lost a Best Friend': American Dies in Ebola Outbreak
Patrick Sawyer, 40, collapsed July 20 in Lagos after falling noticeably ill. His wife, from Coon Rapids, Minnesota, believes his sister infected him.
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Vets to Fired Pot Doc: 'We've Got Your Back'
Backers of fired pot researcher Dr. Sue Sisley argue her dismissal reveals the forces blocking marijuana from reaching the medical mainstream.
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Dr. Nancy debunks three myths surrounding sunscreen.
Bars Offer Hangover 'Cure': IV Drip in the Arm
A new kind of “bar” is cropping up around the nation, touting cures for hangovers delivered not in a cocktail glass but via a needle in the arm.
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