Gender Plays Role in Motor Symptoms of Lab Rats with Cerebral Palsy
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Gender Plays Role in Motor Symptoms of Lab Rats with Cerebral Palsy

By Jodee Redmond from In The Cloud Copy The results of a new study using laboratory rats to model cerebral palsy with spasticity (muscle stiffness) accompanied by dystonia (involuntary muscle…

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New Clinical Expectations Needed to Treat Hemophilia
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New Clinical Expectations Needed to Treat Hemophilia

The medical realm is changing - but how does that impact patient care and clinical expectations? The National Hemophilia Foundation discusses how clinical expectations for patients with hemophilia don't necessarily…

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A SF3B1 Mutation May Cause A New Subset of Myelodysplastic Syndromes
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A SF3B1 Mutation May Cause A New Subset of Myelodysplastic Syndromes

Genetic research is a burgeoning and exciting field. With the discovery of new genetic mutations and variants comes a deeper understanding of rare diseases and their subtypes. According to Cancer…

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Sanfilippo Syndrome Treatment Receives Rare Pediatric Disease Designation
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Sanfilippo Syndrome Treatment Receives Rare Pediatric Disease Designation

Seelos Therapeutics has recently received the Rare Pediatric Disease Designation for their Sanfilippo syndrome treatment, trehalose. This designation is an incentive for companies to make therapies for conditions with an…

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