Patients with Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome Have Biochemically Altered Skin, Urine, and Spinal Fluid
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Patients with Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome Have Biochemically Altered Skin, Urine, and Spinal Fluid

According to News Medical, a recent international study designed to understand Lesch-Nyhan syndrome and its potential treatments discovered something intriguing: biochemical changes in the skin, cerebrospinal fluid, and urine. Now,…

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Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis Patients in the US Now Have Access to a New Treatment
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Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis Patients in the US Now Have Access to a New Treatment

According to a story from Multiple Sclerosis News Today, the drug company Bristol-Myers Squibb recently announced that its drug ozanimod (marketed as Zeposia) is now available for public use in…

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Filmmaker with Muscular Dystrophy Wins Award for “Muscle Warriors” Documentary
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Filmmaker with Muscular Dystrophy Wins Award for “Muscle Warriors” Documentary

  According to Disability Horizons, an extremely talented filmmaker with muscular dystrophy recently won an Award of Recognition from The Best Shorts Film Competition. Stephanie Castelete-Tyrrell's film, entitled Muscle Warriors, documents…

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Consumers with Allergies, EoE Worry When FDA Relaxes Food Labeling Guidelines
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Consumers with Allergies, EoE Worry When FDA Relaxes Food Labeling Guidelines

  Stacey Saiontz is many things: a worker, a wife, a mother. But right now, she is concerned. As an allergy parent, or a parent whose child has severe food…

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Southwest Eye Institute is the 2nd in the U.S. to Offer Bowman Layer Transplant for Keratoconus
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Southwest Eye Institute is the 2nd in the U.S. to Offer Bowman Layer Transplant for Keratoconus

In a press release on PRWeb, the Southwest Eye Institute explains how Dr. Ahmed Soliman recently performed a Bowman layer transplant to treat keratoconus. This unique and minimally-invasive procedure, which…

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Can Endurance Training Prevent Friedreich’s Ataxia Onset? One Study Suggests Yes
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Can Endurance Training Prevent Friedreich’s Ataxia Onset? One Study Suggests Yes

Exercising has many physical and emotional benefits. It can manage blood sugar levels, improve your mood, assist with weight loss, or even strengthen your memory. Endurance training, specifically, benefits tissue…

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NORD Announces Eleven New Grants for Rare Disease Research
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NORD Announces Eleven New Grants for Rare Disease Research

According to a story from PR Newswire, the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) has recently awarded a total of eleven new grant awards that will help fund essential research…

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