Researchers in the University of Georgia’s Regenerative Bioscience Center have succeeded in reproducing the effects of traumatic brain injury and stimulating recovery in neuron cells grown in a petri dish. This makes them the first known scientific team in the country to do so using stem cell-derived neurons. The procedure, detailed in a new paper […]Continue Reading ...
WAYNE, Pa., June 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Aclaris Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:ACRS), a dermatologist-led biopharmaceutical company committed to identifying, developing, and commercializing innovative therapies to address significant unmet needs in aesthetic and medical dermatology and immunology, today announced positive interim data from its Phase 2 clinical trial (AA-202 Topical) of ATI-502 for the treatment of […]Continue Reading ...
An interview with Prof. Gareth Evans about the future of breast cancer screening and the implementation of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) profiling.Continue Reading ...
A new study in Journal of Bone and Mineral Research looked at the relative contributions of the two types of bone-cortical, or compact bone, and trabecular, or spongy bone-to total bone loss.Continue Reading ...
Researchers have found that door-to-needle treatment times are longer for Hispanic ischemic stroke patients than non-Hispanic white patients.Continue Reading ...
A study monitoring levels of molecules involved in immune response in CFS/ME patients suggests that the condition is essentially an inflammatory disease.Continue Reading ...
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Some patients spend a third of household income on cancer care, despite insurance.Continue Reading ...
Technology that can detect the length of small DNA structures in cancer cells could hold the key to predicting the outcome of patients with two different types of blood cancer.Continue Reading ...
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