A lot of the focus in the medical approach to cancer focuses on destroying it, but what if it was treated cancer like long-term diseases such as diabetes? Researchers have explored the concept of a method to control cancer with a drug delivery system that keeps the cells from multiplying.

HHS’ Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has announced it will make a concerted effort to investigate more data breaches affecting fewer than 500 people through its regional offices.

Medical device companies will pay the FDA nearly $1 billion in user fees for five years beginning in October 2017 under the fourth reauthorization of the Medical Device User Fee & Modernization Act (MDUFA).

Women in the U.S. suffer from depression at twice the rate that men do, and women in low socioeconomic areas, with the limited availability of mental health care services in the country, have a harder time managing and treating their mental health problems.

Since news broke that the Zika virus, which has been plaguing parts of South America and Puerto Rico, has spread to Florida, the urgency for prevention tactics have increased in the U.S.