This will fail and more pressing problems will be neglected
Thomas J. Franzen is going to prison for ordering too much medicine.
Restricting a cancer treatment to only hospitals will harm patients.
The Right to Try movement, which recently became federal law, allows doctors to prescribe experimental treatments that haven't been approved for sale by regulators.
Spoiler alert: They didn't find any.
Is this just another example of epidemiologists torturing the data until they confess to a spurious but headline-grabbing statistical significance?
Good news: The cancer death rate which stood in 1991 at 215 per 100,000 people has dropped in 2016 to 156 per 100,000 people.
For the billionth time, there is no verified link between coffee and cancer.
"Irrational and even hysterical" reporting about glyphosate has served to poison the well of public opinion, says one researcher
Surprise! California is getting rid of a labeling requirement.
California jurors misled by activist misinformation
Nevertheless, U.S. cancer rates are stable for women and declining for men.
Lawmakers approved bill during a special session. Now that process has been challenged.
History shows we have everything to gain from knowing more about our bodies.
Americans strongly support the right to end suffering for terminal diseases, but states have lagged behind.
Our top federal law enforcement officer has no idea what real pain is really like-or what doctors do to manage it.
On the other hand, drinking may also reduce cardiovascular risks and boost your income. It's also a pleasure.
With a little conflict of interest thrown in
Senate approves bill giving some earlier access to treatment.
The results of only two out of five cancer studies could be replicated
Good news: Cancer mortality rate has dropped from its peak of 215.1 (per 100,000 population) in 1991 to 166.4 in 2012.
America's pink F9F-8 Cougar lives aboard the USS Lexington, a retired naval ship turned private Texas military museum.
Roundup "unlikely to pose a carcinogenic risk to humans"
If you're worried about human health, nuclear wins easily over coal.
Another bogus scaremongering study by anti-technology activists
Moms: Get a clue-organic wines are carcinogens.
New collaboration announced to use precision medicine techniques to cure cancer
A scitech research and policy roundup for January 6, 2016
Anticipating the amazing innovations made possible by CRISPR