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Official: 'Sabotage' targets Iran’s food industry
Iran has described as an act of “sabotage” drugs intentionally inserted in various Iranian confectionery products, saying its food industry was targeted in a bid to spread “terror.”
Leukemia, lymphoma squarely in sights of new class of drugs
UT Health San Antonio researchers, working with collaborators at the University of Florida, have discovered a safe and potent next generation of drugs to fight multiple types of leukemia and lymphoma in adults and children. The journal Nature Medicine reported the findings.
Commander: Over 62 tons of illicit drugs seized at Iran’s borders in eight months
Commander of Iran’s Border Police Brigadier General Qassem Rezaei said his forces have managed to capture more than 62 tons of illicit drugs over the past eight months.
Police seize large drugs haul in southeastern Iran
Police seized more than 2.3 metric tons of different drugs in Iran’s southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchistan, in the latest string of the nation’s anti-narcotics campaign.
Arthritis drugs could prevent fatal spread of breast cancer
Arthritis drugs used on the NHS could prevent the fatal spread of breast cancer, research suggests.
UK children being denied new cancer drugs
Children with cancer are being denied new, highly precise drugs that are available to adults, doctors warn.
Official: 10 modern drugs to be unveiled in Iran
Head of the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (TIPS) said on Tuesday that significant progress has been made in science and pharmaceutical industries and that at least 10 modern drugs will be unveiled in the next few months.
Drugs worth $161m seized in Malaysia's biggest haul
Malaysian authorities seized nearly 3,700kg of ketamine and cocaine worth about $161 million in the country's biggest drug haul to date.
Whyte provisionally suspended by WBC over drugs test findings
Dillian Whyte was provisionally suspended by the World Boxing Council (WBC) pending an investigation into an adverse finding in a drugs test that took place before his recent bout against Óscar Rivas.
Duterte mocks 'ice-eating' Iceland over UN vote on Philippine war on drugs
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte took a swipe at Iceland on Friday for spearheading a U.N. resolution to investigate his bloody war on drugs, saying it was a nation made entirely of ice, with no understanding of his country’s problems.
Low-income African countries 'pay 30 times more' for drugs
African countries with small to medium-sized economies pay far more money for less effective drugs, a leading health expert has told BBC Newsday.
Repurposing existing drugs or combining therapies  could help in the treatment of autoimmune diseases
Research led by the University of Birmingham has found re-purposing already existing drugs or combining therapies could be used to treat patients who have difficult to treat autoimmune diseases.
UK PM hopefuls recount times on banned drugs
Prominent Conservative politicians, who are competing to become the next British prime minister, have come forward to say how they used banned drugs like cocaine, cannabis and opium.
Iran: Western countries have forgotten their responsibility in fight against drugs
Iran says countries that are destination of smuggled drugs, especially the Western states, are not committed to the principle of joint responsibility in the fight against illicit drugs and have forgotten it.
US deaths from alcohol, drugs and suicide hit record high: Study
More than 150,000 people in the United States died in 2017 due to suicide, alcohol and drugs, an all-time high, according to a new analysis of government data.

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