Harald zur Hausen published the hypothesis that human papillomavirus plays an important role in the cause of cervical cancer in 1976. It took three decades before that path breaking work led to approval of a vaccine for cervical cancer.
Federal health officials are easing access to DNA tests used to screen parents for devastating genetic disorders that can be passed on to their children. The surprise announcement Thursday offers a path forward for Google-backed genetic testing firm 23andMe, which previously clashed with regulators over its direct-to-consumer technology.
Healthcare organizations and providers are still largely confused, or at least slow, when it comes to effective patient portals and other technologies that may help spur better patient engagement, according...
The Sesame Phone is designed for people with spinal cord injuries, ALS, cerebral palsy or other disabilities that hamper the use of hands and arms — a population that has been on the outside looking in at the smartphone revolution.
Pfizer agreed to buy Hospira, a maker of injectable drugs and infusion technologies, for about $16 billion, putting its cash to work as it deals with billions lost in sales from drugs losing patent protection.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today allowed marketing of the first set of mobile medical apps that allow people with diabetes to automatically and securely share data from a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) with other people in real-time using an Apple mobile device such as an iPhone.
Five years ago, it was too early for mobile healthcare technology to take root and ignite healthcare industry change, according to Samsung Electronics President and Chief Strategy Officer Young Sohn, quoted for a new report published by The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Five years from now, he says, it will be too late.
The robots will deliver everything from medical waste to medications—and Mission Bay's operations planning director sees no end to their benefits. Is this just a Silicon Valley fad or will it catch on?
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