Chiesi Farmaceutici and StartUp Health are Looking for Rare Disease Innovators
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Chiesi Farmaceutici and StartUp Health are Looking for Rare Disease Innovators

According to a story from StartUp Health, the organization has recently partnered with Chiesi Farmaceutici, an Italy-based pharmaceutical company, in order to call for innovation and new advancements in the field…

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New Research Reveals Unique Microbial Characteristics in Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease
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New Research Reveals Unique Microbial Characteristics in Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease

According to a story from news-medical.net, a team of researchers have found that patients with inflammatory bowel disease display distinct changes to the makeup of bacteria that live in their…

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Cancer Drug LARTRUVO Fails to Meet Primary Endpoint in Soft Tissue Sarcoma Clinical Trial
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Cancer Drug LARTRUVO Fails to Meet Primary Endpoint in Soft Tissue Sarcoma Clinical Trial

According to a story from PR Newswire, the international drug developer Eli Lilly and Company recently announced the results of a Phase 3 clinical trial testing the company's drug LARTRUVO…

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Families Aid Discovery of a Sensory-Processing Disorder in Broken Gene in Children with Autism Traits

A concerned Texas mom finally has answers about the cause of her son’s sensory-processing problems, thanks to a special collaboration among her patient-advocacy group and the lab of Scripps Research…

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New Storage Procedure May Increase the Number of Livers Used for Transplantation
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New Storage Procedure May Increase the Number of Livers Used for Transplantation

David Radford, a 63-year-old resident of Oxford, UK, and a liver cancer survivor, said his surgeon attributes his successful liver transplant to the new normothermic perfusion machine.  As reported recently…

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