Therapy may have caused skin cancer remission; Veterans warned about Chantix side-effects;

> It looks like this experimental therapy may have been responsible for the complete remission of skin cancer in a 52-year-old patient who had been given a year to live. FierceBiotech

> About 32,000 veterans will soon get a warning about the potential side effects of stop-smoking drug Chantix. The Veterans Administration had failed to issue such a warning for several months after the FDA became aware of possible psychiatric issues with the drug. FiercePharma

> Following several U.S. investigations, U.K. officials now are taking a look at the use of antipsychotic drugs in dementia patients. The drugs have been linked to increased risk of death in elderly patients with dementia, but continue to be used to calm aggressive and disturbed patients. FiercePharma

> At this year's BIO conference, obesity drug therapies are a very hot topic. FierceBiotech

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