British drugmaker GW Pharmaceuticals is seeking permission to sell its medication for rare, hard-to-treat seizures in children.
The American Veterinary Medical Association wants the DEA to declassify marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug "to facilitate research opportunities."
Colorado doctors collected $4.6 million in payments over two years from opioid companies — the highest in the country based on population.
CU’s School of Medicine gets about $200 million a year in NIH funds, so a proposed 20 percent cut could make $40 million vanish.
Despite the new infusion of money from the feds, some wonder what’s in store for the funding of medical research as a new administration takes shape.
Science proves men and women are different when it comes to health but women have historically been underrepresented in clinical studies.
Former Denver Post Editor Greg Moore, Documentary Chronicles Syrian Refugees' Journey, Diabetic Kids Test An 'Artificial Pancreas'
Former Denver Post Editor Greg Moore led The Denver Post at a tough time of circulation declines and employee layoffs -- but his tenure also included four Pulitzer Prizes. Then, two Fort Collins filmmakers followed Syrian refugees for the documentary "ALWADI: A Journey of Hope." And, diabetic kids went skiing to test out a new "artificial pancreas" that delivers insulin.
Diabetic children skied at Breckenridge recently to test out a new device that delivers insulin automatically.
Researchers at Children's Hospital Colorado are looking into the usefulness of medical marijuana as relief for patients and families of children with pediatric brain tumors.