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    1. HPV Vaccine Gardasil OK'd for Boys

      The FDA has approved the vaccine Gardasil to help prevent genital warts in boys and young men, according to Merck, the drug company that makes Gardasil.

    2. FDA OKs New HPV Vaccine Cervarix

      The FDA has approved the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Cervarix for use in girls and young women ages 10-25 to help prevent cervical cancer.

    3. Beware Fake Swine Flu Drugs, FDA Warns

      Beware fake "Tamiflu" sold over the Internet. The FDA finds pills advertised as Tamiflu aren't the real thing and pose risks to patients.

    4. FDA OKs New Psoriasis Drug Stelara

      The FDA today approved a new biologic drug called Stelara for the treatment of moderate to severe plaque psoriasis in adults.

    5. FDA Panel Backs New HPV Vaccine Cervarix

      An FDA advisory committee today backed the approval of Cervarix, which could become the second vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV) to help prevent cervical cancer.

    6. Xenical and Alli: Liver Risk?

      The FDA is investigating reports of liver injury in people taking the weight loss drug orlistat, sold as Xenical and Alli.

    7. FDA OKs Sabril to Treat Infantile Spasms

      The FDA announced that it has approved the drug Sabril to treat infantile spasms in children ages 1 month to 2 years and to help treat complex partial seizures in adults.

    8. FDA OKs New Schizophrenia, Bipolar Drug

      The FDA has approved a new drug called Saphris to treat schizophrenia and bipolar I disorder in adults.

    9. Child, Teen Cancers Linked to TNF Blockers

      The FDA warns that TNF blockers -- the immune-disease drugs Remicade, Enbrel, Humira, Cimzia, and Simponi -- may cause lymphoma and other cancers in children and teens.

    10. New Type 2 Diabetes Drug Onglyza Approved

      The FDA has approved Onglyza, a new once-daily oral tablet for the treatment of type-2 diabetes. Onglyza is in the same drug class as Januvia, approved in 2006.

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