Drugs in the Pipeline
Healthcare Policy News
The evolution of vaccines to protect against invasive meningococcal infection has finally allowed availability and potential to protect against each of the five major serogroups.
Patients are increasingly looking towards alternative methods to curb their anxiety and for some of these stressed out adults, coloring books have become all the rage.
In the coming years a pill or patch could replace certain injections as the primary mode of transit for many medications that typically require subcutaneous administration like insulin and vaccines.
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