Drug liberalization is a drug policy process of decriminalizing or legalizing the use or sale of prohibited drugs.

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Drug prevents fentanyl overdose for a month in monkeys

Enhanced treatment of liver carcinoma with a drug-eluting hydrogel

How We Received a Drug Can Affect How Our Brain Responds to Its Effects

Drug that kills off sleeping bone cells could treat lower back pain

Gonorrhea Is Becoming Drug Resistant. Scientists Just Found a Solution.

A breath of fresh air keeps drug-producing cells alive longer

First evidence of how the Asian malaria mosquito is spreading drug-resistant malaria in Africa

Drug that cuts breast cancer risk set for wider use in UK

Drug that can halve breast cancer risk offered to 289,000 women in England

Anastrozole: Thousands to be offered drug to prevent breast cancer in England

FDA approves the first treatment for nasopharyngeal carcinoma, a rare cancer that originates in the nasopharynx. The drug (toripalimab-tpzi) is a next-generation, programmed death receptor-1 monoclonal antibody. Because of the tumor's location (behind the nose), surgery is not usually an option.

Scientists Investigating Alzheimer’s Drug Faulted in Leaked Report

Scientists Find Drug That Relieves Daytime Sleepiness – And It's Not Caffeine

Co-developer of Cassava’s potential Alzheimer’s drug cited for ‘egregious misconduct’

Drug-filled nanocapsule helps make immunotherapy more effective in mice

A Single Drug Could Treat America's Top Two Killer Diseases

Insomnia drug helps prevent oxycodone relapse

Widely Prescribed Drug Linked to Brain Injury, Job Loss, and Suicide

A Neurologist Answers Questions Patients Might Have about the New Alzheimer's Drug Lecanemab

A study found alcohol to be the most harmful drug in New Zealand