Tuesday Aug 19
Two new treatments funded for blood disorders and cancers
Up to 400 patients a year are likely to live longer as a result of PHARMAC funding two new medicines.
Mouth painter hosts first solo show
Embarking on your first solo art exhibition after less than two years of painting is a daunting task for anyone.
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'Unarmed' speaker to share success story
Author and motivational speaker Tawana Williams didn't let disability slow her down.
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Family: 'There are always people worse off than me': Louise Medus was ...
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) 'I can't imagine what my dad thought or felt when a grim-faced doctor led him to a delivery room an hour after my birth," says Louise Medus.
Canadian scientist Frances Kelsey, who spurred FDA reforms, turns 100
Seen here receiving an award from President John F. Kennedy, Frances Kelsey, who turned 100 on July 24, 2014, was instrumental in stopping the deadly drug known as Thalidomide from entering the U.S. market.