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01.19.16
The FDA wants improved cybersecurity for medical devices
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The FDA wants improved cybersecurity for medical devices

The Food and Drug Administration wants companies to be prepared against hackers and other cyber risks.

By M. Smith,   01.19.16
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12.21.15
Former employee claims Theranos' FDA-approved test is faulty
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Former employee claims Theranos' FDA-approved test is faulty

Both the Theranos test as well as its custom lab equipment are under fire.

By N. Ingraham,   12.21.15
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12.09.15
A sponge-filled syringe could save you from bleeding out
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A sponge-filled syringe could save you from bleeding out

FDA approves the XSTAT 30 for use by paramedics and other first responders.

By B. Steele,   12.09.15
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12.03.15
World's first in-human gene-editing treatment will tackle hemophilia
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World's first in-human gene-editing treatment will tackle hemophilia

This controversial medical method could prevent people from spontaneously bleeding to death internally.

By A. Tarantola,   12.03.15
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11.19.15
FDA approves world's first GMO fish: fast-growing Atlantic Salmon
11.19.15

FDA approves world's first GMO fish: fast-growing Atlantic Salmon

and they're already being sued over the decision.

By A. Tarantola,   11.19.15
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10.21.15
23andMe given permission to offer some limited health reports
10.21.15

23andMe given permission to offer some limited health reports

23andMe can now let you know if you're at risk of passing down conditions to any future children.

By D. Cooper,   10.21.15
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10.15.15
Startup lab Theranos scales back unique 'finger prick' blood tests
10.15.15

Startup lab Theranos scales back unique 'finger prick' blood tests

The Silicon Valley lab did well enough to get a $9 billion valuation, but the accuracy of its test results are now being called into question.

By M. Moon,   10.15.15
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09.03.15
Your doctor may soon check your heart with a smartphone
09.03.15

Your doctor may soon check your heart with a smartphone

An iPhone app could soon tell doctors if your heart is normal or not.

By S. Dent,   09.03.15
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08.13.15
FDA demands Kim Kardashian remove Instagram pill ad
08.13.15

FDA demands Kim Kardashian remove Instagram pill ad

Her post made a morning sickness pill out to be safer than it really is.

By A. Tarantola,   08.13.15
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