A New Invasive Species of Tick Has Been Found in the US. Here’s What You Should Know
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A New Invasive Species of Tick Has Been Found in the US. Here’s What You Should Know

According to a story from Live Science, a species of tick that is originally found in Asia has begun to appear along the East Coast of the US. The parasite…

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The FDA Have Granted Priority Review to Elzonris for the Treatment of Blastic Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cell Neoplasm

  A Biologics License Application for ElzonrisTM (also known as tagraxofusp and SL-401) for the treatment of blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm has been accepted for filing by the United States FDA.…

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Epigenetic Technology Could Become Useful in Newborn Screening for Primary Immunodeficiency and Monitoring HIV
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Epigenetic Technology Could Become Useful in Newborn Screening for Primary Immunodeficiency and Monitoring HIV

Researchers are exploring a new diagnostic method that could be applied to newborn screening for certain inherited diseases and monitoring of HIV patients. For more detailed information, you can click…

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Results from First Study on Patient-To-Patient Connectivity in Those with FCS

  According to DAIC, Akcea Therapeutics Inc., has recently announced their publication of results from their study analyzing patient-to-patient connectivity towards the management of the rare disease familial chylomicronemia syndrome (FCS).…

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At Just Weeks Old, a Baby From Auckland is Diagnosed With Aicardi Syndrome and Opsoclonus Myoclonus Syndrome
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At Just Weeks Old, a Baby From Auckland is Diagnosed With Aicardi Syndrome and Opsoclonus Myoclonus Syndrome

According to a story from stuff.co.nz, a baby from Auckland has been diagnosed with two extremely rare disorders that only occur in one in every 10 million people. Her name…

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