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Challenges and opportunities of nanomedicines in clinical translation

Announcing a new article publication for BIO Integration journal. In this article the authors Chunxiong Zheng, Mingqiang Li and Jianxun…

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Toxicity of protein involved in Alzheimer’s triggered by a chemical ‘switch’

Tokyo, Japan – Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have discovered that a specific chemical feature of a key protein known…

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Study reveals racial and ethnic disparities in childhood cancers by single year of age

New research uncovers substantial differences in rates of childhood cancers when considering single year of age rather than grouping several…

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What makes us sneeze?

A tickle in the nose can help trigger a sneeze, expelling irritants and disease-causing pathogens. But the cellular pathways that…

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Radiotracer effective for detection and assessment of lung fibrosis

IMAGE: A) Axial CT images through the mouse lungs at 7 and 14 days after intratracheal administration of bleomycin or saline…

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Smart toilet may soon analyze stool for health problems

Bethesda, MD (May 22, 2021) — An artificial intelligence tool under development at Duke University can be added to the…

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Weighted

ATS 2021, New York, NY – A weighted “lottery” designed to increase access to the antiviral drug remdesivir during the…

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Study identifies risk factors for pediatric opioid dependence after surgery

Researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) have identified risk factors for persistent opioid use after surgery in pediatric patients.1…

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Mount Sinai ophthalmologists develop new technique to assess progression of sickle cell retinopathy

IMAGE: column) and repeated imaging again after two months of hydroxyurea treatment (right column). Before treatment, the patient exhibited between-session IPI…

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The Lancet Rheumatology: Largest study to date confirms non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications do not result in worse COVID-19 outcomes

The use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, does not lead to higher rates of death or severe…

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