Toddler's life hangs in balance as drug for rare disease is set to be discontinued
"Our kids will die without their medicine," says a fundraiser started by NPC moms.
MN to receive limited shipment of drug that reduces COVID-19 hospitalizations
The 2,400 doses are only for high risk children and adults.
Minnesota set to get shipment of coronavirus antiviral remdesivir
There have been positive initial results in clinical trials.
Waconia coach investigated for allegedly medicating student's rash
The coach has not been charged.
U of M researchers make breakthrough in paralysis treatment
They've been able to restore some function in patients with devastating spinal cord injuries.
Rare neurological disease reported in six Minnesota kids
Officials are investigating this "rare but potentially severe" condition.
Maplewood dentist accused of illegally prescribing opioids
He didn't have a medical purpose for prescribing the drugs, federal prosecutors say.
Antibiotics are ending up in Minnesota's lakes, so here's how to dispose of them properly
The answer is not to flush them down the toilet.
New U of M study points to 'curative strategies' for HIV
The research could be a game-changer for HIV treatments.
Drug developed at U of M 'incredibly potent' in killing pancreatic cancer
Tumors that attack the pancreas are among the most lethal cancers. But a drug developed at the University of Minnesota has been used to kill those tumors in mice and could be tested on humans soon. The drug is made from a plant used in traditional Chinese medicine called the Thunder God Vine.