Author: Catherine Milford

COVID-19 vaccines have now been approved for a few weeks, and nearly 2 million people in the United States have received their first dose of the vaccine.1 This is excellent news, but you may be wondering what the next step...

If you are in the Life Sciences Industry you have heard of FDA Guidance Documents, and specifically, if you are in a business where you have had to have some interaction with the FDA, you have likely made use of...

Uterine fibroids are a diagnosis that many women receive every day, however, it is a diagnosis that women often never hear of until they receive it. Uterine fibroids are defined as noncancerous growths of the uterus that occur during reproductive...

December is HIV/AIDS Awareness Month, and given the state of our current global pandemic, now is a great time to look back on the victories and mistakes made in dealing with the HIV/AIDS crisis. The HIV/AIDS crisis was at the...

If you have ever wondered exactly what role the FDA has in mammography and breast cancer screening, you are not alone. How the FDA regulates technology such as this can get complicated easily when you consider all the different aspects...

For the past few decades, the FDA has been attempting to increase the diversity of individuals participating in clinical trials. Specifically, they are trying to encourage any companies conducting clinical trials to include the demographics that will primarily be using...

Homeopathic medicines have been around since the 1700s, and the premise behind them has not changed much in the past 300 years. The idea behind them is the premise of “like cures like”, meaning that the substance that causes a...

It is no secret that brand-name drugs in America are often expensive. Luckily, for the many American’s who are not able to afford those brand-name drugs, generic drugs are an option. Most people are somewhat familiar with the concept of...