Kevin Hart Gives a Hand to the Muscular Dystrophy Association As Host of the MDA Telethon
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Kevin Hart Gives a Hand to the Muscular Dystrophy Association As Host of the MDA Telethon

As sourced from BioSpace: After 44 years of the legendary Jerry Lewis hosting the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon to bring awareness to this disorder, his tradition will live on in…

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ICYMI: She Was Told She Was Depressed. A Decade Later, She Found Out She Had Lyme Disease
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ICYMI: She Was Told She Was Depressed. A Decade Later, She Found Out She Had Lyme Disease

A rare disease patient's medical odyssey often begins with a search. Rhisa Perera wrote a narrative in lymedisease.org about her long journey navigating the medical world to find answers and…

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Could Psilocybin Become The First Pharmaceutical to Treat Methamphetamine Use Disorder?

As reported in Biospace, the life sciences company Revive Therapeutics Ltd. has announced their intention to join a Clinical Trial Agreement (CTA) with the Board of Regents of the University of…

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£1 Million Awarded For Parkinson’s Research on Mitochondria
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£1 Million Awarded For Parkinson’s Research on Mitochondria

According to the Parkinson’s News Today; in the UK, NRG Therapeutics has been awarded £1 million (about $1.3 million) to continue advancing their studies on the mitochondria responsible for producing…

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Aritifical Organs Used To Customize Chemotherapy for Colon and Appendix Tumors
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Aritifical Organs Used To Customize Chemotherapy for Colon and Appendix Tumors

In a story reported in News Medical Life Sciences, researchers attempting to treat rare diseases often find themselves with a dilemma- while there aren’t many patients to test treatments on in…

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FDA Approves the Cannabis Based Drug Epidiolex to Treat TSC Seizures
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FDA Approves the Cannabis Based Drug Epidiolex to Treat TSC Seizures

As published by the Food and Drug Administration; The U.S. FDA has just approved the first FDA approved therapy derived from cannabis (Epidiolex, a CBD solution) to treat tuberous sclerosis…

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Hey, Wait a Minute…The Lockdown Easing is Worrying the Disabled Community, Survey Finds
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Hey, Wait a Minute…The Lockdown Easing is Worrying the Disabled Community, Survey Finds

As reported in Disability Horizons, the coronavirus has brought aspects of health and safety into the view for many citizens who had never had to be particularly considerate or careful…

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Her Double Diagnosis: aHUS and Autoimmune Thyroid Disease May Be Related
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Her Double Diagnosis: aHUS and Autoimmune Thyroid Disease May Be Related

In a study published in BMC Pediatrics, researchers have found atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome (aHUS) and autoimmune thyroid disease may not only be a relatively common pair of rare diseases…

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Planned Phase 2 Trial of ANVS401 for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Moving Forward
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Planned Phase 2 Trial of ANVS401 for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Moving Forward

As reported in Parkinson's News Today, an investigational therapy to treat patients with Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson’s disease has had its Phase 2 trial approved by the central institutional review…

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Parkinson’s Foundation Awards $30,000 to Nurses to Better Quality of Life for Patients
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Parkinson’s Foundation Awards $30,000 to Nurses to Better Quality of Life for Patients

As reported in Parkinson's News Today, three nurses have been awarded $10,000 by The Parkinson’s Foundation to carry out local projects for Parkinson’s patients to better their experience. Each of…

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