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Pharmacology combines biology, medicine and pharmaceutical sciences to study the interactions between drugs or medications and living organisms. Substances that possess medicinal properties are referred to as pharmaceuticals.
The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic
Bloomsbury Press, 2016
Chronotherapy – the specific timing of drug delivery – has shown promise in clinical trials. But that may not be enough to overcome the practical challenges.
Medicines on Demand
The next big revolution in pharmaceuticals could be miniature production systems – small enough to fit in a briefcase.
A war on “prediabetes” has created millions of new patients and a tempting opportunity for pharma. But how real is the condition?
In a Major Shift, Cancer Drugs Go ‘Tissue-Agnostic’
Encouraged by an FDA approval, companies design cancer drugs to work in any solid tumor
Forget the Blood of Teens
This Pill Promises to Extend Life For a Nickel A Pop
Children, Doctors, Big Pharma, and the Making of an American Epidemic
Drugs You Don't Need for Disorders You Don't Have
Inside the Pharmaceutical Industry's Campaign to Put Us All to Sleep
Huffington Post, 2016
Pharmacy on a Bicycle
Innovative Solutions for Global Health and Poverty
Revolutionary Malaria Tests Have Unexpected Downsides
Despite rapid tests, health workers undertreat malaria – and overuse antibiotics – a big new study shows