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Thanks to countless medicines in development, there is hope on the horizon to take down diseases of all kinds. From mental illness to cancer, researchers are advancing our knowledge of how these diseases operate and developing new approaches and treatments to fight back.

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Ensuring Innovation To Diseases Affecting Women

This week is National Women's Health Week, when millions of women take steps to improve their health…

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What's Next? Discovery, Treatments and Cures in the Biopharmaceutical Pipeline

For many patients, the biopharmaceutical pipeline is their best hope for a cure or a longer, healthi…

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Research Doesn’t End on A Medicine’s Approval

Research on a medicine doesn't end on the initial approval by the FDA. Eli Lilly and Company's chief…

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Cumulative Steps, Big Gains for Patients

Advances in treating debilitating diseases are often not the result of one single breakthrough, but…

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How the War on Cancer is Evolving

The progress we have made may only foreshadow a much more intensive fight against cancer that is lik…

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Researcher Profile: Brian Johns

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Fighting for Reform: The Honorable Steven Leifman

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Rethinking Psychiatric Treatment: Dr. Husseini Manji

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Battling Cancer Together

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A Major Blood Cancer: Leukemia

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A Critical Quest: Working Toward Better Treatments for Brain Cancer

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A Pipeline of Promise: Immuno-oncology

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More Than 240 Immuno-oncology Treatments in Development to Fight Cancer

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A New Way to Fight Cancer

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A Veteran's Victory Over Cancer

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Helping Diabetes Patients Thrive

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