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[ad_1] WILKES-BARRE — A clinic providing methadone and other medication for drug and alcohol treatment wants to relocate to a bigger building in the city from a few miles away in Ashley to meet the growing need for its services and provide for as...

[ad_1] Stanford Medicine researchers are investigating whether a combination of specific antibodies can reduce early symptoms of COVID-19 in people with mild to moderate cases of the disease. Their effort is part of a multisite clinical trial of an antibody drug...

[ad_1] Researchers at Hackensack Meridian Health, New Jersey's largest and most comprehensive health network, have utilized its statewide observational database of more than 5,000 hospitalized COVID-19 patients to show that a drug...

[ad_1] The Covid-19 pandemic is one of the greatest challenges modern medicine has ever faced. Doctors and scientists are scrambling to find treatments and drugs that can save the lives of infected people and perhaps even...

[ad_1] The Covid-19 pandemic is one of the greatest challenges modern medicine has ever faced. Doctors and scientists are scrambling to find treatments and drugs that can save the lives of infected people and perhaps even...

[ad_1] Buprenorphine, a painkiller, was blended with the opiate blocker naloxone so if crushed, liquified, and injected, it would not produce a “high” in the patient. The blend became the first narcotic that could be prescribed by certified American physicians for the...

[ad_1] Representational image. A medic collects swab from the mouth of a woman resident for COVID-19 test in a containment zone at Kurla, Mumbai, Tuesday, April 14, 2020. | PTI Text Size: A- A+ ...

[ad_1] A drug that reduces recovery time from Covid-19 will be made available to a number of NHS patients in “probably the biggest step forward in the treatment of coronavirus” since the pandemic began, the UK health secretary has said.Matt Hancock on Tuesday welcomed...

[ad_1] A new HIV drug injected every two months effectively reduces the rate of infection, and provides longer and stronger protection than taking pills, a global trial...