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Prostate Cancer: Immunotherapy Offers Hope

An antibody for treating advanced prostate cancer improves progression-free survival in patients with metastasised, castration-resistant prostate cancer. This is the finding o...
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Lack of Key Considerations in FDA Food Chemical Safety Process Leaves Consumers at Risk of Chronic Diseases

A group of health, environmental, and consumer organizations challenged the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) practice of not accounting for the cumulative health effect of...
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Center for Lyme Action Launches "Moonshot" Plan to Eliminate Lyme Disease by 2030

The Center for Lyme Action, a leading nonprofit dedicated to increasing federal funding for Lyme disease research, held a "Call to Action" on-line event and issued a report ou...
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New Study Shows Less Than One Percent of Foundations Have Any People with Disabilities on Full-Time Staff

While CDC data shows that one in four adults have a disability, a new report from the Council on Foundations shows that less than 1 percent of foundations have any people with...
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As COVID Continues, Can Hospitals Create Better Bed Management Through Math?

The COVID-19 pandemic shined a spotlight on a significant healthcare problem: a sudden inundation of critically ill patients can take a hospital’s bed capacity to the limit – ...
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Covid-19 Safety Protocols Keep Clinical Staff Infection Rates Low At Ohio State

Universal COVID-19 pandemic protocols in place at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center such as masking, hand hygiene, physical distancing and testing of symptomatic...
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HPV Vaccine Effective Against Cervical Cancer

Women vaccinated against HPV have a significantly lower risk of developing cervical cancer, and the positive effect is most pronounced for women vaccinated at a young age. Tha...
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FDA Approves Study to Investigate the Use of Cell Therapy to Treat COVID-19 Related Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)

The Cura Foundation in collaboration with The Marcus Foundation, Sanford Health and Alliance for Cell Therapy Now, is supporting a clinical trial of human cord tissue mesenchy...
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NJ Sharing Network Earns Fierce Innovation Award for Life-Saving Breakthrough Advancement in Matching Organ Donors and Recipients

NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit, federally designated organ procurement organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, has earned national rec...
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Vitamin B1 Deficiency A Key Factor in the Development of Alcohol-Related Dementia

A common consequence of chronically high alcohol consumption is a decline in cognitive function, which can even progress to full-blown dementia. However, we do not yet fully u...
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American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Launches 'Colonoscopy: THE Cancer Prevention Test' Campaign

Now, more than ever before, it’s important to encourage patients to engage in early screening for colorectal cancer, even in the midst of a pandemic. Routine screening is safe...
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Helping Teens with Type 1 Diabetes Improve Diabetes Control with MyDiaTextÓ

Adolescence is a difficult period of development, made more complex for those with Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM). The challenges of managing multiple doses of daily insulin ...
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Obesity May Alter Immune System Response To Covid-19

Obesity may cause a hyperactive immune system response to COVID-19 infection that makes it difficult to fight off the virus, according to a new manuscript published in the End...
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Rare Hyperinflammatory Syndrome in Children with COVID-19 Described

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet and Science for Life Laboratory in Sweden and Tor Vergata University of Rome in Italy have mapped the immune response in children affected...
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Inhaling Air Pollution from Western Wildfires like 'Smoking 25 Cigarettes a Day'

Wildfires in California have impacted the air quality in the San Francisco region. Dexter Henry spoke with Bay Area residents about how they've been impacted. As the sun rose...
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Brain Protein Linked to Seizures, Abnormal Social Behaviors

A team led by a biomedical scientist at the University of California, Riverside has found a new mechanism responsible for the abnormal development of neuronal connections in t...
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Why COVID-19 Infection Curves Behave so Unexpectedly

With the first COVID-19 epidemic peak behind them, many countries explained the decrease of infection numbers through non-pharmaceutical interventions. Phrases like "social di...
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Enzyme May Be Key to Unlocking Treatment for Cancer, Diabetes, UArizona Health Sciences Researcher Says

Preliminary studies conducted by James Galligan, PhD, an assistant professor at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, suggest the enzyme glyoxalase II (GLO2) is a str...
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HFAP Receives Approval from the California Department of Public Health for Accreditation of Clinical Laboratories

HFAP, America’s original healthcare accreditation program founded in 1945, recently received approval of its deeming authority for clinical laboratories from the California De...
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Detective work in the cell: Scientists uncover a new RNA-modifying enzyme

Scientists led by Javier Martinez from the Max Perutz Labs, a joint venture of the Medical University of Vienna and the University of Vienna, have identified a unique chemical...
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Chronic Hepatitis B: Vaccine Against Grass Pollen Allergy As Potential Treatment

Chronic hepatitis B infections represent a global health problem that could hitherto only be treated by chemotherapy. A team of researchers led by Rudolf Valenta from MedUni V...
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FlexJobs and Mental Health America Survey Finds Three-Quarters of Workers Have Experienced Burnout

According to a survey of more than 1,500 respondents, seventy-five percent of people have experienced burnout at work, with 40 percent saying they’ve experienced burnout durin...
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St. Jude Pediatric Cancer Expert Warns: We Can’t Allow Covid-19 To Disrupt Child Immunizations

As families with school-aged children prepare for the start of another academic year, now is the time to ensure children get their recommended vaccinations. With August mark...
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Virologists Strongly Encourage Getting the Flu Vaccine This Year, Now More Important Than Ever

As the number of COVID cases tops 5 million in the United States and the potential for a dual influenza and COVID season this fall, virology experts with St. Jude Children’s R...
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Swallowing This Colonoscopy-Like Bacteria Grabber Could Reveal Secrets About Your Health

Your gut bacteria could say a lot about you, such as why you’re diabetic or how you respond to certain drugs. But scientists can see only so much of the gastrointestinal trac...
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