Jessica Lynn has an educational background in writing and marketing. She firmly believes in the power of writing in amplifying voices, and looks forward to doing so for the rare disease community.

    Patients with Multiple Sclerosis Use Robotic Exoskeleton for Movement Improvement
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    Patients with Multiple Sclerosis Use Robotic Exoskeleton for Movement Improvement

    According to WMC5, a research study out of Cleveland, OH, has been testing the impact of robotic exoskeletons on movement for patients with multiple sclerosis. For Kathy Miska, this is…

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    Certain Proteins May Predict Joint Bleeding in Patients with Hemophilia
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    Certain Proteins May Predict Joint Bleeding in Patients with Hemophilia

      Patients with hemophilia may experience sudden bleeding, joint pain and inflammation, and deep bruising. But according to Hemophilia News, two proteins may be the cause. Researchers found that patients…

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    Tru-D the Robot Makes N95 Masks Safe for Reuse
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    Tru-D the Robot Makes N95 Masks Safe for Reuse

      COVID-19 has rapidly spread across the globe. With nearly 2.7 million diagnosed cases, the medical field is overworked. As a result, many hospitals and doctors are experiencing a lack…

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    Check Out This Free Virtual Clinic for People with Atrial Fibrillation
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    Check Out This Free Virtual Clinic for People with Atrial Fibrillation

    As COVID-19 continues to spread, and the length of our lockdowns increases, many patients with rare diseases and their families are wondering what comes next. How will you receive treatment?…

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    The Impact of COVID-19 on Patients with Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Disease: A Webinar Review
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    The Impact of COVID-19 on Patients with Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Disease: A Webinar Review

      As COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe, more and more people are wondering how this virus might affect them. This is especially true for patients with rare diseases,…

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    Exercise Can Reduce Risk of Severe COVID-19 Respiratory Complications, Says UVA Researcher
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    Exercise Can Reduce Risk of Severe COVID-19 Respiratory Complications, Says UVA Researcher

      According to a release from the UVA Health System Newsroom, Dr. Zhen Yan, PhD, discovered that exercise can reduce or totally stop severe respiratory symptoms associated with acute respiratory…

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    Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease Have Higher Risk of Developing Bacteremia

    According to Medical XPress, hospitalized patients with inflammatory bowel disease are more at risk of developing bacteremia, particularly if they are older in age. Researchers came to this conclusion using…

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    CRISPR and COVID-19: The Impact on Biotech
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    CRISPR and COVID-19: The Impact on Biotech

      Saying that COVID-19 has impacted the world might just be an understatement. In fact, COVID-19 changed the way we interact with each other, businesses, and the world around us. But how…

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    Berotralstat, to Treat Hereditary Angioedema, Under EMA Review
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    Berotralstat, to Treat Hereditary Angioedema, Under EMA Review

    According to Angioedema News, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) is now reviewing berotralstat as a potential therapy to combat severe inflammation attacks in patients with hereditary angioedema. Hereditary Angioedema Hereditary…

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    Korsuva Given Breakthrough Therapy Indication, Treats Itching from Chronic Kidney Disease
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    Korsuva Given Breakthrough Therapy Indication, Treats Itching from Chronic Kidney Disease

    According to a news release from Biospace, recent data from the KALM-2 Phase III trial highlighted how Korsuva, an injectable, is beneficial in treating severe itching associated with severe chronic…

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    CS1 to Treat Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Granted Orphan Drug Status
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    CS1 to Treat Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Granted Orphan Drug Status

    The FDA recently granted Orphan Drug status to CS1, a drug therapy from Cereno Scientific, according to Pulmonary Hypertension News. CS1 is designed to provide safe and effective treatment for…

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    Exploring A Lung Disease So Rare There Are Only 7 Diagnoses: NEK10 Case Study
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    Exploring A Lung Disease So Rare There Are Only 7 Diagnoses: NEK10 Case Study

    When the 31-year-old woman showed up to Massachusetts General Hospital with a nasty respiratory infection, she was somewhat used to it. In fact, she had been plagued with respiratory problems…

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    La Vacuna Nasal Previene la Pérdida Neuronal en Modelos de Ratones de la Enfermedad de Alzheimer

    Según un artículo en The Asahi Shimbun, científicos japoneses han desarrollado una nueva vacuna para mitigar la degeneración neuronal causada por la enfermedad de Alzheimer. La vacuna, administrada por vía…

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    RDMD Gets $14 Million in Financing, Partners with UCB to Research Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
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    RDMD Gets $14 Million in Financing, Partners with UCB to Research Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

      According to BioSpace, healthcare technology company RDMD has raised $14 million in Series A financing, and developed a partnership with UCB. In addition to growing their platform to discuss…

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