Theft, ill-advised child vaccination, and missing and wasted doses have residents wondering if the shots they got will protect them.
Afflicted with Crohn’s disease, the author lay in a hospital bed while waiting for help that seemed further away every day.
It’s the world’s fastest growing neurological disorder. In the past decade, the number of Americans with Parkinson’s disease increased by 35 percent.
He’s a well-respected neurologist. His colleagues think the Alzheimer’s program he’s marketing through a private company is a mix of common sense and unproven methodology.
A Trump administration maneuver allows executives leading the federal effort to keep investments in drug companies that would benefit from pandemic response.
A big culprit is something called senescent cells—and scientists are working on neutralizing them.
Mayuri Saxena’s only chance to live is through access to experimental drugs. Now Congress holds her fate in its hands.