The FDA has approved a device developed in Indiana that helps reduce opioid withdrawal symptoms.
In the vote, 11 members supported a resolution opposing decriminalization of marijuana for any purpose. Three opposed, two members abstained.
According to the FDA, about 72 percent of patients have a type of breast cancer that could be treated by the Lilly drug.
A “Right To Try” bill that allows families to use prescription drugs that don’t have full FDA approval passed the U.S. Senate last week with unanimous support.
Opana helped spark Indiana's HIV outbreak because people in Scott County were sharing needles used to inject the opioid.
Indiana blood centers are rushing to comply with a federal rule that all blood donated in the United States be tested for the Zika virus.
The FDA says the rules are aimed at improving public safety and curbing teen use, but vape shops say they'll kill the industry.
The rules mean electronic cigarettes will be regulated in the same way as traditional tobacco products.
Pharmakon Pharmaceuticals has come under fire after the FDA announced it uncovered unsanitary and unsterile conditions at a Noblesville facility.
Research shows opioid addiction usually begins with prescription abuse.