Food and Drug Administration

In a setback for one of the most promising treatment approaches, officials found a low chance that the drug would prove helpful for hospitalized patients.
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It's the court’s first action on reproductive rights since the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Twenty years after medication abortion was approved in the U.S., patients are still jumping through hoops to access it.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said he "challenged" the FDA to make sure its guidance was "based on science and real numbers."
"We may or may not approve it," he said just hours after the nation's top doctors tried to allay any fears about a potential coronavirus vaccine.
The Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist said the health authority, along with the CDC, is a victim of politics.
The president's challenger calls on him to stop putting the FDA under political pressure in the fight against COVID-19.
Nine companies vow to follow “high ethical standards and sound scientific principles," despite pressure from President Trump to have a vaccine this fall.
Chances of a vaccine for general use this year are "extremely low," says Scott Gottlieb, a former commissioner of the Food And Drug Administration.