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(Reuters) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will ask a panel of advisors to focus on the safety of Novartis AG"s experimental gene therapy drug when it meets to review the product on Wednesday.

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New hexavalent vaccine will be offered to babies born from 1st August Related items from OnMedicaTackling hepatitis CHepatitis may increase risk of Parkinson"s disease HIV therapy helps protect men from Hep B infection

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump"s effort to roll back Obamacare faced growing obstacles on Monday as Republicans who control the U.S. Senate remained divided over how to curb the costs of their proposed healthcare bill and prevent millions from losing coverage.

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‘Hidden homeless" are sleeping in barns, tents and fieldsRelated items from OnMedicaIntegrated care key to improving health of homeless£38.7m boost to cut homelessnessCall for action to tackle ill health of homelessHomeless issued with cards saying they are entitled to GP care

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GOA, India (Reuters) – In 28 years in India"s pharmaceuticals sector, Rajiv Desai has never been busier.

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