FDA Warns That Commonly Used Medical Device Can Be Hacked
The Hospira Symbiq infusion pump, used to administer medication to patients, is revealed to be vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
MH370? Debris Found on Reunion Island Appears to be Boeing 777; University of Cincinnati Police Officer Arraigned; Greenpeace Protesters Hang from Bridge
MH370? Debris found in Reunion Island appears to be from Boeing 777 aircraft; University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing in court; Greenpeace protesters against Shell drilling hang from bridge.
Pfizer Snags Hospira in $16 Billion Deal
Okay. It's Thursday February 5 the markets in New York are open and our big number this morning sixteen billion. That amounts pharma giant Pfizer is going to pay for Hospira maker of injectable drugs. Pfizer's bid of 98 dollars a share is a whopping 39% premium to yesterday's closing price. Pfizer
Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony
Us and you're looking at a live picture from the White House. As President Obama is about to honor are a long list of people with the nation's highest civilian honor the medal of freedom. Including an Oscar winner Oscar winning actress three slain martyrs of the civil rights movement and a former
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Ginger and Linsey check out one group's creative way to inspire children battling cancer.
Nutritional Drug Shortages Take Toll on The Smallest Patients
Key Elements in 2-Year-Old Finley Owen's Nutritional Drugs Have Been Scarce
After: The Oscars - ABC News Digital Report
The red carpet is rolled up statues on a fireplace and that last party death has stumbled home. Everyone I'm Dan Platt the 85 Academy Awards are in the books plenty of big wins big surprises from the night. From the First Lady giving an award to first time host Seth MacFarlane here is the best. Of
FDA Efforts Reversal of Critical Cancer Drug Shortage
Agency Works With Manufacturers to Bolster, Import Cancer Drugs in Short Supply
Chemo Drug Taxol Shortage Puts Cancer Patients at Risk
A shortage of Taxol , an intravenous chemotherapy workhorse for ovarian, breast, lung and colon cancers, demonstrates once again how vulnerable U.S. hospitals and clinics are to an increasingly unreliable pharmaceutical supply chain, leaving patients at risk. Paclitaxel, the generic version of
Shortage of Leukemia Drug Forcing Hospitals to Turn Some Patients Away
A critical shortage of a leukemia drug has cancer centers across the country worried about how to treat many of their patients. So far, oncologists in 30 states have reported a shortage of cytarabine , a drug that is key to treating certain types of leukemia. The situation, doctors say, is dire.