Editor’s Choice: Balance Awareness Week and Study Updates

Happy Friday! Sept. 13-19 is Balance Awareness Week. It's intended to bring attention to balance-related vestibular disorders such as Meniere’s disease and vestibular migraine. Looking for ways to help out?…

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Early Stages of Precision Medicine Being Developed for Cancer Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A recent article in Med City News outlines the difficult choices patients must make regarding immune compromising but life-saving therapy during the 2020 pandemic. Do they postpone their treatment or…

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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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Early Intervention is Needed to Meet the Challenge of Immune-Related Adverse Events
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Early Intervention is Needed to Meet the Challenge of Immune-Related Adverse Events

  According to the American Cancer Society, there are approximately 1.7 million people in the U.S. diagnosed with cancer each year. About forty percent of these cases may be eligible…

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UCSF Scientists Use Genes as an On/Off Switch to Fight Autoimmune Diseases and Cancer
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UCSF Scientists Use Genes as an On/Off Switch to Fight Autoimmune Diseases and Cancer

  Immunotherapies are in the forefront for treating autoimmune diseases and cancer. Northwestern University and the University of California San Francisco conducted a study using genes that have the potential…

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UCSF Scientists Use Genes as an On/Off Switch to Fight Autoimmune Diseases and Cancer
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UCSF Scientists Use Genes as an On/Off Switch to Fight Autoimmune Diseases and Cancer

  Immunotherapies are in the forefront for treating autoimmune diseases and cancer. Northwestern University and the University of California San Francisco conducted a study using genes that have the potential…

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Gut Bacteria May Soon be Treating a Wide Range of Illnesses

During the past fifteen years there has been ever-increasing interest in scientific research in the role of microbiome in human health. According to a recent article in Forbes India, this…

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Questions for COVID-19: Should Cancer Patients Attend Appointments?
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Questions for COVID-19: Should Cancer Patients Attend Appointments?

  In a period of unprecedented changes, it is understandable that people may question what their lives may look like moving forward. COVID-19 has now spread to 196 countries and…

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