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As other drugs' safety are questioned, FDA finally pulls drug after eight years.
Tonight on world news Green lights finally the tests on that no are under way what are the dangers. And a nice trip to you we take you to meet demand losing sleep to preserve something he really loves. Cheney's heart surgery on the former vice president of cutting edge device implanted. To save his
Good evening the agonizing delay has ended in the gulf tonight the tests have begun on that new cap down at the oil and take a look at the picture. 86 days into the disaster you can see the oil is now coming out of the side. Of the new cap we're accustomed to seeing it coming out of the top now
Mayo Clinic's Dr. Maria Collazo-Clavell shares her thoughts on the decision.
At issue today. What did drug giant GlaxoSmithKline. Know and when did they know it it's just not morally or ethically acceptable for companies to days. As the experts debated you have India new allegations that the drug maker may have known as early as 1999. When first hit the market. That their
Hello everyone I'm Rivero in New York thanks for joining us. The financial reform bill now has the sixty votes needed to pass in the senate conservative democratic senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska and now says he'll vote for it. He surprised democratic leaders yesterday by voicing concerns about the
We turn now to disturbing allegations against the maker of the popular diabetes drug Avandia this morning's New York Times reports the company known as GlaxoSmithKline. Covered up evidence of the drug's heart risks as far back as 1999. It comes as the FDA begins considering today whether to pull
Many patients suffering from type two diabetes relying on the popular drug to help lower their blood sugar levels. A recent studies show using Sandia has caused thousands of patients to have heart attacks and strokes. Next week an FDA advisory panel will decide whether Avandia should stay on the