FDA Pulls Emergency Use Authorization for Antimalarial Drugs
FDA Pulls Emergency Use Authorization for Antimalarial Drugs
Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, once thought to be promising COVID-19 treatments, come with serious heart risks.
FDA Pulls Emergency Use Authorization for Antimalarial Drugs
FDA Pulls Emergency Use Authorization for Antimalarial Drugs

Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, once thought to be promising COVID-19 treatments, come with serious heart risks.

Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, once thought to be promising COVID-19 treatments, come with serious heart risks.

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Strat-M<sup>&reg;</sup> Transdermal Diffusion Membrane&nbsp;
Strat-M® Transdermal Diffusion Membrane 
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jun 5, 2020
For topical and transdermal delivery of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
Infographic: How to Catch Cheating Athletes
Infographic: How to Catch Cheating Athletes
Anna Azvolinsky | Sep 1, 2019
Anti-doping agencies are tracking levels of various molecules in athletes’ blood and urine over time to increase their ability to detect drug misuse.
The Race to Nab Cheating Athletes
The Race to Nab Cheating Athletes
Anna Azvolinsky | Sep 1, 2019
Anti-doping organizations are constantly developing new tests to catch athletes trying to boost their performance in increasingly sophisticated ways.
Genetically Personalized Fruit Flies Screen for Cancer Drugs
Genetically Personalized Fruit Flies Screen for Cancer Drugs
Ruth Williams | May 22, 2019
Fly avatars bearing multiple genetic changes akin to those of a cancer patient lead to a tailor-made treatment that has shrunk the patient’s tumors.
Technique Improves Use of Hair for Drug Tests
Technique Improves Use of Hair for Drug Tests
Chia-Yi Hou | May 15, 2019
Researchers develop a washing method that is better at removing drugs that have contaminated hair from the outside than existing protocols.
Tumor Organoids Predict How Well Patients Respond to Cancer Drugs
Tumor Organoids Predict How Well Patients Respond to Cancer Drugs
Ruth Williams | Feb 22, 2018
Testing treatments on mini tumors may save time in identifying which therapies work best, a new study shows.   
Opinion: Improving FDA Evaluations Without Jeopardizing Safety and Efficacy
Opinion: Improving FDA Evaluations Without Jeopardizing Safety and Efficacy
John D. Loike and Jennifer Miller | Feb 1, 2017
What can be done to lower development costs and drug prices?
Repurposing Existing Drugs for New Indications
Repurposing Existing Drugs for New Indications
Anna Azvolinsky | Dec 31, 2016
An entire industry has sprung up around resurrecting failed drugs and recycling existing compounds for novel indications.
Will Organs-in-a-Dish Ever Replace Animal Models?
Will Organs-in-a-Dish Ever Replace Animal Models?
Tanya Lewis | Jul 19, 2016
Increasingly sophisticated tissue organoids can model many aspects of disease, but animal studies retain a fundamental role in research, scientists say.