NIH Reverses Decision, Allows Doctors to Speak to Federal Investigators About Sepsis Study Objections

According to the Wall Street Journal, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has reversed its initial decision to prevent two of its researchers from meeting with federal investigators to comment…

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New Bill Could Allow Easier Access to Complex Rehabilitation Technology for Rare Disease Patients

H.R. 2408 H.R. 2408 is a new piece of federal legislation otherwise known as the "Ensuring Access to Quality Complex Rehabilitation Technology Act." Essentially, this act creates a new category…

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This Neurologist is Committed to Developing New Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis, but Challenges Lie Ahead
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This Neurologist is Committed to Developing New Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis, but Challenges Lie Ahead

According to a story from CityScene, Ohio State University's Dr. Michael Racke is considered one of the country's cutting edge researchers in the field of multiple sclerosis treatment. He is…

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ALZHEIMER’S:  Scientists are Back to Square One; Will Bryostatin-1 be the Missing Link?

  Pharmaceutical companies have spent billions of dollars on Alzheimer’s research. The target has been the toxic protein, amyloid-beta. According to a recent article in NPR News, this theory was…

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Boy with Scleroderma has Donated Over 7,000 Gifts to Other Children in the Hospital

Scleroderma Scleroderma refers to a whole group of diseases, all rare, that cause the skin and connective tissues in the body to harden. This is a result of excess collagen…

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