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Pfizer earnings topped analysts' expectations on Tuesday, helped by demand for its cancer drugs and medicines in emerging markets.
Shares of Sanofi tumbled around 7.4 percent early on Tuesday after the French drugmaker reported weaker-than-expected Q3 sales.
Amgen reported better-than expected quarterly results and said it projects full-year earnings and revenue to come in above analysts' forecasts.
In a race to test antibodies that can unlock the mysteries of Ebola, Dr. Erica Saphire is crowdfunding her research to fast-forward efforts.
A nurse quarantined in NJ because of her contact with Ebola patients is headed to Maine, and a 5-year-old boy is being tested for the virus.
Health care has been on a tear in 2014, and there is still room for upside. Wall Street analysts are focusing on the following four trends.
The roller coaster ride for Sarepta continues, as it's likely to file for approval of its muscular dystrophy drug in mid-2015.
Researchers say they have developed a test that can diagnose Ebola within 30 minutes, the BBC reports.
Mobile wallet Apple Pay has been available for only one week but may be inciting a battle in the payments industry. The NYT reports.
Merck reported earnings that beat analysts' expectations, but global sales dropped amid patent expirations and a drop in sales of its hep C drugs.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie mounted an impassioned defense of the decision to quarantine a healthcare worker who had contact with Ebola patients.
New York's Ebola case has investors wondering if there will be any economic impact from the scare. If trends in Dallas are any indication, there could be.
Drugmakers are racing to develop vaccines and drugs to address Ebola, betting that governments and aid groups will foot the bill.
Lawyers for a nurse quarantined in a N.J. hospital say they’ll sue to have her released in a constitutional challenge to state restrictions for health care workers.
New restrictions by Cuomo on travelers who had been in contact with Ebola victims are more in line with federal guidelines. NBC News reports.
NJ Department of Health says healthcare worker has tested negative in a preliminary test for Ebola, but remains in quarantine.
New Yorkers seemed to take news of the city's first case of Ebola in stride by going about business as usual.
Investors were closely monitoring developments in the attempts to contain Ebola after a new case was diagnosed in New York City.
Though New York has its first confirmed case of Ebola, there's little chance it will spread, says an infectious disease expert.
Health workers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center are using Tabasco sauce to train for Ebola patient care.
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