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The H3N2 flu has been hitting hard this season. Part of the reason, according to the new study, may be because the H3N2 part of this year's flu vaccine is only 17% effective (at least in Canada).
Array wants AstraZeneca to hand over at least $192 million for allegedly breaking a 2003 licensing agreement for a cancer drug.
In his State of the Union speech, Trump asked Congress to allow terminally ill patients to take drugs not approved by the FDA. But doctors and others said passing "right to try" legislation would soften drug regulations, putting patient safety at risk.
Machine learning can understand text reports written by radiologists | Health Data Management
Mount Sinai School of Medicine researchers used natural language processing to interpret radiologists' text reports of CT scans.
Heart Study app could be Apple's first FDA-cleared product | Mobihealthnews
The Apple Heart Study app has started collecting information. When people agree to participate in the study, they sign an agreement that says the data will be submitted to the FDA for approval of the app.
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If you're 65 or older, and your county has a team in the Super Bowl, you're more likely to die than if you lived elsewhere, according to a new study. That could be because you're more likely, in those counties, to go to Super Bowl parties, where there are lots of people and therefore lots of potential flu carriers.
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