Rare Patients, Rare Miracles: Siblings With Cystinosis Get Transplanted Kidneys from the Same Donor
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Rare Patients, Rare Miracles: Siblings With Cystinosis Get Transplanted Kidneys from the Same Donor

According to a story from KUT News, Ava Shepperd and John Ben Shepperd, aged 14 and 18 respectively, always knew that they would eventually need to get kidney transplants. This…

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New Treatment Approved by FDA for Rare Form of Hepatocellular Carcinoma

The FDA has just recently approved CYRAMZA as a treatment for those with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), who have been treated with sorafenib, and who have ≥400 ng/mL of alpha-fetoprotein (AFP).…

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Inventor of Gene Sequencing Tech Used in the Human Genome Project is Desperate to Save Son With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
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Inventor of Gene Sequencing Tech Used in the Human Genome Project is Desperate to Save Son With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

According to a story from F3News, 77 year old Ron Davis has lived a life highlighted by incredible scientific achievement. He leads the lab that played a critical role in…

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An Experimental Treatment for Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Earns Orphan Drug Designation

According to a story from apnews.com, the drug developer Ayala Pharmaceuticals has recently announced that the company's investigational product candidate, known as as AL101, has earned Orphan Drug Designation. This…

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