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    1. FDA Approves Copaxone 3 Times a Week for MS

      The FDA approves Copaxone 3 times a week for MS.

    2. FDA Warns Against Prescription Drugs With High Levels of Acetaminophen

      Officials say action taken because of reports of severe liver damage from accidental overdoses

    3. New Diabetes Drug Approved by FDA

      New Diabetes Drug Approved by FDA

    4. FDA Rejects MS Drug Lemtrada

      The FDA has rejected the new multiple sclerosis drug Lemtrada, saying the drugmaker didn’t show the drug's benefits outweigh some serious risks.

    5. New Hepatitis C Drug Approved by FDA

      Taken as a pill once a day, it could make treatment for millions easier, more effective

    6. FDA to Lift Restrictions on Diabetes Drug Avandia

      Not all experts are happy with granting wider access to the troubled medication, however

    7. Perrigo Recalls Infant Pain and Fever Reliever

      Perrigo Recalls Infant Pain and Fever Reliever

    8. Adempas Approved to Treat Pulmonary Hypertension

      Adempas eases high blood pressure in lung arteries, called pulmonary hypertension.

    9. Stelara OK'd for Psoriatic Arthritis

      Stelara, an injectable drug already approved to treat psoriasis, is now also approved to treat psoriatic arthritis.

    10. FDA OKs Drug to Treat Hot Flashes in Menopausal Women

      Clinical trials also showed some protection against bone loss; blood clots are a risk

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