Korean Research Team Pioneers Method That Could Personalize Treatment for Glioblastoma
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Korean Research Team Pioneers Method That Could Personalize Treatment for Glioblastoma

According to a story from Korean Biomedical Review, a team of researchers from Seoul National University, headed by professor Paek Sun-ha, have developed an approach utilizing 3D cell printing technology…

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The Department of Education’s 2020 Budget is Requesting Cuts to the Special Olympics and Special Education. What Does This Mean for Rare Patients?
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The Department of Education’s 2020 Budget is Requesting Cuts to the Special Olympics and Special Education. What Does This Mean for Rare Patients?

If you are an avid follower of the latest news, then you have probably heard about one the latest sensational headlines to come out of DC lately: the US Department…

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Development of New Imaging Technology Could Accelerate Parkinson’s Disease Research

A recent generous donation from the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF) will help develop a novel piece of technology which could accelerate the research of new treatment…

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Birth of Healthy Baby Monkey Indicates Promise of New Technique To Preserve Fertility of Childhood Cancer Patients

As the field of medicine has continually advanced, more and more children (now approximately 80%) are surviving cancer diagnoses. It's amazing. It also means that researchers are able to focus…

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The Argument for a Second Independent Organization Dedicated Solely to Investigating Drug Safety

A recent article by Joe Graedon compares the FDA and the way the US investigates drug safety to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).…

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New Potential Combination Therapy for Acute Myelogenous Leukemia has Received Breakthrough Therapy Designation

Acute Myelogenous Leukemia Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) is a rare blood cancer whose prevalence increases with age. There are still extremely limited treatment options for AML and the five-year survival…

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Yet Another Study Shows the Dire Need for More Diversity in Medical Research

A recent study published in Cell has exhibited the scientific community's negligence for conducting research that includes an adequate representation of non-Europeans. Specifically, it showed that 78% of patients in genomic…

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Proof of Concept Results Achieved in Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Trial
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Proof of Concept Results Achieved in Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Trial

According to a story from BioSpace, the biotechnology company Spruce Biosciences recently announced that they have achieved positive proof of concept data in the company's clinical trial. This is a…

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GAPVAC Project Tests An Individualized Form of  Immunotherapy to Treat Aggressive Brain Cancer

A recent article in the journal Nature reports that Phase 1 GAPVAC-101 First-In-Human trial is one of the first clinical trials with a goal of designing and manufacturing actively personalized vaccines…

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Preventive Use of Extended Half-Life Therapies Provides Enhanced Benefit for Hemophilia A Patients
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Preventive Use of Extended Half-Life Therapies Provides Enhanced Benefit for Hemophilia A Patients

According to a story from BioSpace, a recent study revealed that hemophilia A patients were less likely to experience bleeds when they used new, extended half-life therapies on a preventive…

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Recent Discovery Finds a New Genetic Basis for Leukoencephalopathy

According to a story from The McGill Tribune, a little girl named Mathilde Poliquin recently died at the Montreal Children's Hospital. She was only two and half months old and…

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Phase 3 Myelodysplastic Syndromes Trial Reaches Enrollment Milestone
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Phase 3 Myelodysplastic Syndromes Trial Reaches Enrollment Milestone

According to a story from sectorpublishingintelligence.co.uk, the biopharmaceutical company Onconova Therapeutics, Inc. recently announced that they have successfully surpassed the 75 percent milestone for enrollment in the company's Phase 3…

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Internet-Based Therapy Could Aid Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients
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Internet-Based Therapy Could Aid Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients

According to a study published by the Journal of Medical Internet research (JMIR), patients diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) who are treated with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) delivered over…

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