Since 1982, Over 16 Million People Have Been Cured of Hansen’s Disease Worldwide, But a Major Struggle Remains in Brazil

  According to a report recently published in the Inter Press Service, since the advent of multidrug therapy in 1982, over sixteen million people have been cured of Hansen’s disease,…

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Experimental Netherton Syndrome Treatment Receives Rare Pediatric Disease Designation from FDA
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Experimental Netherton Syndrome Treatment Receives Rare Pediatric Disease Designation from FDA

According to a press release from LifeMax Laboratories, Inc., the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted the Company's experimental Netherton syndrome drug LM-030 (licensed from Novartis) Rare Pediatric Disease…

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CRISPR Genome Editing and Stem Cell Technology Uncovered the Cause of the Baby’s Heart Disorder

  Tatiana Legkiy was only two months old when she was rushed to a hospital in San Francisco after an echocardiogram showed that her heart was malfunctioning. A recent article in…

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Doctors Are Unable to Diagnose Many Rare Diseases. Genome Sequencing is Changing That Scenario

After twenty-two years physician Huang Chun-jung finally learned why his vision and hearing have fallen to thirty percent of normalcy, thanks to research conducted by the National Health Research Institutes…

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