Next Generation Medical Sensor Monitors Glaucoma, Heart Disease, and More – Then Vanishes
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Next Generation Medical Sensor Monitors Glaucoma, Heart Disease, and More – Then Vanishes

A team of engineers at the University of Connecticut has invented a device which may change medicine as we know it. Researchers say the device could be used as a…

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The Chronically Ill Are Being Denied Medicare Coverage By Home Care Agencies
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The Chronically Ill Are Being Denied Medicare Coverage By Home Care Agencies

New evidence suggests that home care agencies are not giving Medicare assistance to chronically ill people that legally qualify for it, according to an article from wuwf.org. Take the case…

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Umbilical Cord Blood Infusion Might Be Therapeutic To Children With Cerebral Palsy
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Umbilical Cord Blood Infusion Might Be Therapeutic To Children With Cerebral Palsy

Duke Health just reported that in a recent study, children with cerebral palsy may show improvements from an infusion of their own umbilical cord blood. Recently, a clinical trial including…

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Project Alive Paves the Way for Gene Therapy Research That Could Save Children With Hunter Syndrome
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Project Alive Paves the Way for Gene Therapy Research That Could Save Children With Hunter Syndrome

Gene therapy is on the rise, and it just might be exactly what many children suffering from genetic disorders need to save their lives. Today reported that an amazing organization…

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The Results of This Clinical Trial Could Be Important For Familial Hypercholesterolemia Patients
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The Results of This Clinical Trial Could Be Important For Familial Hypercholesterolemia Patients

According to a story from Bioportfolio, trials testing the treatment inclisiran are reaching their enrollment goals ahead of schedule. Inclisiran is currently being tested to reduce LDL-cholesterol in a variety…

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Kraft Foundation Funds Harvard Business School For Better Cancer Treatment Development Strategies
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Kraft Foundation Funds Harvard Business School For Better Cancer Treatment Development Strategies

The Myra and Robert Kraft Family Foundation was established in 2016 creating an initiative to to bring together an alliance between the Harvard Business School with the Broad Institute of…

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Mother Of Sons With Retinitis Pigmentosa Becomes Powerful Advocate For Rare Diseases
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Mother Of Sons With Retinitis Pigmentosa Becomes Powerful Advocate For Rare Diseases

When Kristen Smedley learned her son, Michael, was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, she decided she wouldn't sit back and watch it take away from her son's life, she would take…

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Duke Medical Confident In Finding Treatment Alternative For Lyme Disease
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Duke Medical Confident In Finding Treatment Alternative For Lyme Disease

Researchers from Duke Health are hoping to discover new treatments for Lyme disease since the only way to currently manage the disease is by taking consistent antibiotics, which can be…

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A Recent Study Could Reveal A New Once-A-Week Treatment For Short Bowel Syndrome
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A Recent Study Could Reveal A New Once-A-Week Treatment For Short Bowel Syndrome

According to an article from GlobeNewswire, new clinical evidence supports the use of gelpaglutide as a once-weekly treatment for short bowel syndrome. Zealand Pharma completed a Phase I clinical trial…

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New Research Inches Closer to Treatment For 8-Year-Old Girl And All Rett Syndrome Patients
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New Research Inches Closer to Treatment For 8-Year-Old Girl And All Rett Syndrome Patients

Rett syndrome might limit 8-year-old Laurel Cooper's ability to speak and do every day tasks, but it doesn't hold back her spunky, sassy attitude, reports University of Wisconsin-Madison News. She will…

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Children with Systematic Idiopathic Arthritis Fight for New, Pain-Free Drug Access
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Children with Systematic Idiopathic Arthritis Fight for New, Pain-Free Drug Access

Originally reported by the Vancouver Sun, children from Langley B.C. are standing up to request access to a potentially life-changing drug as they face the day to day pain onset…

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Microsoft Partners with Adaptive Biotechnologies to Create Amazing New Diagnostic Tool
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Microsoft Partners with Adaptive Biotechnologies to Create Amazing New Diagnostic Tool

What if we could predict diseases before they happen? What if we could treat diseases like multiple sclerosis and pancreatic cancer before they fully developed. Microsoft is partnering with a…

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