The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday announced what the agency calls a "historic action" the first approval of a cell-based gene therapy in the United States.
Marijuana Oil in Mexico Proving Itself in the Campaign for Regulation
Several creams and oils made using cannabidiol (CBD) are being publicized at the America Expoweed 2017 cannabis fair in Mexico City, at the same time that the Mexican government for the first time is providing treatment using cannabis based products to 11 patients with serious illnesses such as epilepsy and cancer.
Mexico Goes Robotic to Offer More Precise, Less Invasive Surgery
Mexico might have come late to robotic surgery due to the high costs and a certain resistance to undertaking a new technology, but now with its benefits of minimum invasiveness and more precision it is coming into its own, Dr. Elias Horta said Tuesday.
UAEM Researcher Designs Algorithms For Biotech and Medicine
A researcher at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEM) has been working on algorithms to be used in the fields of medicine and biotechnology.