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20.11.2018
17:03 Google news HealthHow a teenager's question helped this prostate cancer expert reframe the great screening debate - Philly.com

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10:42 News-Medical.NetScientists identify novel target for neuron regeneration, functional recovery in spinal cord injury

Restoring the ability to walk following spinal cord injury requires neurons in the brain to reestablish communication pathways with neurons in the spinal cord.

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10:22 News-Medical.NetStudy warns that potential epigenetic therapy may boost lung cancer stem cells

Epigenetic therapies -- targeting enzymes that alter what genes are turned on or off in a cell -- are of growing interest in the cancer field as a way of making a cancer less aggressive or less malignant.

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03:56 CNBC technology'Moneyball' mastermind Billy Beane predicts health tech and AI will transform pro sports

In an interview with CNBC's Julia Boorstin, Oakland A's General Manager Billy Beane predicts health-tech and AI will transform professional sports. 

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01:44 ScienceDaily.comLight scalpel: A major step toward non-viral ocular gene therapy using laser and nanotechnology

Gold nanoparticles, which act like 'nanolenses,' concentrate the energy produced by the extremely short pulse of a femtosecond laser to create a nanoscale incision on the surface of the eye's retina cells. This technology, which preserves cell integrity, can be used to effectively inject drugs or genes into specific areas of the eye, offering new hope to people with glaucoma, retinitis or macular degeneration.

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19.11.2018
22:06 Nanowerk.comA major step toward non-viral ocular gene therapy using laser and nanotechnology

Gold nanoparticles, which act like 'nanolenses', concentrate the energy produced by the extremely short pulse of a femtosecond laser to create a nanoscale incision on the surface of the eye's retina cells.

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20:45 Phys.orgA major step toward non-viral ocular gene therapy using laser and nanotechnology

In January 2009, the life of engineer Michel Meunier, a professor at Polytechnique Montréal, changed dramatically. Like others, he had observed that the extremely short pulse of a femtosecond laser could make nanometre-sized holes appear in silicon when it was covered by gold nanoparticles. But this researcher, recognized internationally for his skills in laser and nanotechnology, decided to go a step further with what was then just a laboratory curiosity. He wondered if it was possible to go from silicon to living matter, from inorganic to organic. Could the gold nanoparticles and the femtosecond laser, this "light scalpel," reproduce the same phenomenon with living cells?

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20:45 WhatReallyHappened.comLAB-GROWN MINI-BRAINS SPONTANEOUSLY PRODUCED ‘HUMAN-LIKE’ BRAIN WAVES FOR THE FIRST TIME

Neuroscientists from the University of California San Diego observed spontaneous electrical activity that resembles human brain waves in a lab-grown “mini-brain” for the first time. They hope this breakthrough will allow researchers to study the early stages of brain disorders like epilepsy in infants, which is usually difficult or impossible due to the difficulty of analyzing a fetus in utero.

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19:03 FierceBiotech.comGene editing shows promise in treating inherited kidney disease

Scientists in the U.K. say they have early proof that a form of gene editing called “exon skipping” can correct an error in the gene CEP290 that's responsible for kidney damage linked to the inherited disease Joubert syndrome.

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17:56 Technology.orgNew CRISPR-Based Tool could Substantially Enhance Immune Response to Cancer

These days, scientists are fairly adept at reprogramming immune cell pathways to enhance the immune system’s own response

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16:57 News-Medical.NetEfficient method for producing induced pluripotent stem cells

AMSBIO announces that induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell expert - Dr Masato Nakagawa from the Nobel Prize winning Yamanaka Lab at the Centre for iPS Cell Research and Application, Kyoto University, Japan will give 3 talks in the UK on the 10th and 11th December 2018.

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18.11.2018
18:38 FT.com HealthGene editing: careless Crispr

Investors can get exposure with less risk by putting money into bigger companies

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18:38 FT.com ScienceGene editing: careless Crispr

Investors can get exposure with less risk by putting money into bigger companies

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17.11.2018
19:30 ScienceDaily.comGene editing possible for kidney disease

For the first time scientists have identified how to halt kidney disease in a life-limiting genetic condition, which may pave the way for personalised treatment in the future.

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16.11.2018
20:46 News-Medical.NetGene editing could be used to halt kidney disease in patients with Joubert syndrome

For the first time scientists have identified how to halt kidney disease in a life-limiting genetic condition, which may pave the way for personalized treatment in the future.

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17:45 FierceBiotech.comLori Kunkel takes acting CMO role at gene therapy firm Tocagen

Tocagen has named Lori Kunkel as its acting chief medical officer following the departure of Asha Das, who is leaving because of “unforeseen and immediate personal matters.”

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17:11 CNBC health careA grandpa's hope for hemophilia cure leads him to gene therapy clinical trial

BioMarin's clinical trial of a gene therapy for hemophilia is providing hope to patients with the disease. It is an experimental treatment that uses a virus to deliver a healthy copy of a gene to make up for one that causes excessive bleeding. 

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17:11 CNBC top newsA grandpa's hope for hemophilia cure leads him to gene therapy clinical trial

BioMarin's clinical trial of a gene therapy for hemophilia is providing hope to patients with the disease. It is an experimental treatment that uses a virus to deliver a healthy copy of a gene to make up for one that causes excessive bleeding. 

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15:39 LiveScience.comLab-Grown Mini Kidneys 'Go Rouge,' Sprout Brain and Muscle Cells

Miniature kidneys produced in the lab were hiding something from the researchers that grew them.

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15.11.2018
22:11 News-Medical.NetTransplantation of feces may protect preterm children from deadly bowel disease

Each year 5-10 per cent of all the children born in the world are born prematurely. At this stage, their organs and immune system are not mature, and the children are therefore highly susceptible to serious infections.

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21:57 Nature.ComLab-grown ‘mini brains’ produce electrical patterns that resemble those of premature babies

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19:09 News-Medical.NetCRISPR-based tool shown to enhance cell-based immunotherapy

Researchers have developed a CRISPR-based tool called SLICE that can boost the effectiveness of immune cell therapies.

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18:35 WhatReallyHappened.comSurgical robot BOTCHES surgery, kills man on operating table while doctors sipped lattes

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18:00 News-Medical.NetNicoya designate the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine as the OpenSPR Centre of Excellence

Currently in India, there are over 200,000 researchers working on numerous applications to better understand diseases and advance drug discovery. To support their discoveries, we are thrilled to announce the opening of the OpenSPR Centre of Excellence in Bangalore, India!

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17:14 Medscape.ComStem Cell Adjunct to LVAD Trial Negative, But 'Intriguing'

A new study did not show overall benefit on cardiac function, but there did appear to be an improvement in patients with ischemic heart failure and a large reduction in GI bleeding.

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17:00 ScientificAmerican.ComReprogrammed Stem Cells Implanted into Patient with Parkinson's Disease

A man in his 50s is the first of seven patients to receive the experimental therapy -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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16:09 FierceBiotech.comUniQure’s hemophilia B gene therapy achieves 31% FIX activity

UniQure has posted eagerly anticipated data on the modified hemophilia B gene therapy it plans to take into phase 3. The FIX-Padua variant therapy achieved factor IX (FIX) activity levels of 23% to 37%, suggesting it is several times more effective than the version uniQure tested in earlier-phase trials.

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10:56 Phys.orgFarm animals may soon get new features through gene editing

Cows that can withstand hotter temperatures. Cows born without pesky horns. Pigs that never reach puberty.

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10:10 News-Medical.NetMarijuana use by kidney donors has no effect on transplant outcomes

A new study in Clinical Kidney Journal indicates that the usage of marijuana by kidney donors has no measurable effect upon the outcomes of kidney transplants for donors or recipients. This study is the first to investigate the effect of marijuana use by live kidney donors.

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03:01 WhatReallyHappened.comRevealed: The gene-edited food hitting supermarkets soon, from mold-resistant bananas to disease-proof oranges and fat-free beans

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14.11.2018
23:30 ScienceDaily.comA new approach to detecting cancer earlier from blood tests

Cancer scientists have combined 'liquid biopsy,' epigenetic alterations and machine learning to develop a blood test to detect and classify cancer at its earliest stages.

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22:01 Medscape.ComFecal Transplant May Resolve Immunotherapy-Related Colitis

Colitis associated with the use of checkpoint inhibitors may be managed successfully by fecal microbiota transplant, says a team reporting results in two patients.

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21:22 NewScientist.ComGoogle’s takeover of health app appears to renege on DeepMind promises

DeepMind used 1.6 million patient records from the NHS to develop its Streams app. Now Google is taking over and wants to develop a digital hospital assistant

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19:39 Google news Sci/TechUK watchdog has eyes on Google-DeepMind's health app hand-off - TechCrunch

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19:17 Google news Sci/TechPrivacy advocates sound the alarm after Google grabs DeepMind UK health app - The Verge

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18:42 Phys.orgSkipping a few thousand years: Rapid domestication of the groundcherry using gene editing

Shopping in your supermarket's produce section is like strolling through a museum of humanity's greatest inventions. Perfect ears of golden sweet corn; tomatoes of different sizes, shapes and colors; and spicy jalapeño peppers are all a testament to human ingenuity. You may not consider food an invention, but nearly all foods we eat are the product of thousands of years of constant breeding and selection.

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17:20 TechnologyReview.comGoogle’s decision to absorb DeepMind’s health division has sparked privacy fears

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17:20 Google news Sci/TechGoogle gobbling DeepMind's health app might be the trust shock we need - TechCrunch

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17:16 Nature.ComSolving lymphoma’s stem-cell problem

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17:08 Google news Sci/TechGoogle accused of 'trust demolition' over health app - BBC News

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16:21 Google news Sci/TechGoogle accused of 'trust demolition' over health app - BBC News

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15:46 Google news Sci/TechGoogle is absorbing DeepMind's health care unit to create an 'AI assistant for nurses and doctors' - The Verge

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12:52 ScienceNewsDaily.orgDeepMind's health division merges with Google to create an AI-powered assistant for doctors

Although the practice of medicine may have seemed safe from the robot revolution several years ago, it's already beginning to prove itself in the industry.

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12:48 Nature.Com‘Reprogrammed’ stem cells implanted into patient with Parkinson’s disease

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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10:46 Phys.orgGene-edited food is coming, but will shoppers buy?

The next generation of biotech food is headed for the grocery aisles, and first up may be salad dressings or granola bars made with soybean oil genetically tweaked to be good for your heart.

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00:44 CNBC health careHealth privacy advocates worry DeepMind will break its promise not to share health data with Google

DeepMind Health says that it will be absorbed into Google Health, but it still won't be sharing patient health information with its parent company. Its critics remain concerned.

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00:22 CNBC technologyHealth privacy advocates worry DeepMind will break its promise not to share health data with Google

DeepMind Health says that it will be absorbed into Google Health, but it still won't be sharing patient health information with its parent company. Its critics remain concerned.

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00:22 CNBC top newsHealth privacy advocates worry DeepMind will break its promise not to share health data with Google

DeepMind Health says that it will be absorbed into Google Health, but it still won't be sharing patient health information with its parent company. Its critics remain concerned.

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13.11.2018
21:13 News-Medical.NetBreakthrough research could lead to a new wave of cancer-fighting antibodies

Scientists at the University of Southampton have developed a new antibody that could hold the key to unlocking cancer's defense against the body's immune system.

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20:28 CNBC health careThe new Google Health unit is absorbing health business from DeepMind, Alphabet's AI research group

CNBC has learned that DeepMind's health subsidiary is moving under the newly-formed Google Health led by former Geisinger CEO David Feinberg.

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19:30 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-scienceHeart failure stem cell trial to be paused after calls for retractions

After a Harvard investigation found widespread "false and/or fabricated data" from the laboratory of an influential stem cell researcher, NIH officials are pausing a heart failure trial.

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19:30 CNBC technologyThe new Google Health unit is absorbing health business from DeepMind, Alphabet's AI research group

CNBC has learned that DeepMind's health subsidiary is moving under the newly-formed Google Health led by former Geisinger CEO David Feinberg.

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19:19 Nanowerk.comA step closer to 'design on demand' scaffolds for tissue regeneration

New research on cross-linked polymer interactions' impact on gel structure could improve tailoring of implantable scaffolds to regrow tissue.

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19:19 CNBC top newsThe new Google Health unit is absorbing health business from DeepMind, Alphabet's AI research group

CNBC has learned that DeepMind's health subsidiary is moving under the newly-formed Google Health led by former Geisinger CEO David Feinberg.

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18:21 FierceBiotech.comMesoblast defends stem cell therapy for heart failure after trial miss

Mesoblast’s stem cell-based therapy was unable to reduce heart failure patients’ reliance on a left ventricular assist device in a phase 2 trial, sparking a steep slide in its shares.

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16:54 ScienceDaily.comCancer stem cells get energy from protein, and it's proving to be their Achilles' heel

A new study shows that cancer stem cells switch from metabolizing sugar to metabolizing protein. Clinical trial based on this observation may revolutionize care for older adults with acute myeloid leukemia.

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11:34 Technology.orgNew gene therapy reprograms brain glial cells into neurons

A new gene therapy can turn certain brain glial cells into functioning neurons, which in turn could help

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10:11 News-Medical.NetCancer stem cells depend on amino acid metabolism, and it's proving to be their Achilles' heel

Think of energy metabolism like a party popper: Ripping something apart releases a bang. Most of your cells rip apart sugar to release the "bang" of energy. Sometimes they rip apart fats, and in a pinch, cells can even metabolize protein.

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05:14 Gizmag How moth viruses, magnetic particles and gene editing could cure disease


For medical treatments to be most effective, they need to be localized exactly where they're needed, not roam free throughout body and potentially cause other problems. Researchers at Rice University have developed a new way to activate treatments only in the right places, using an inert virus, magnetic nanoparticles and the gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9.
.. Continue Reading How moth viruses, magnetic particles and gene editing could cure disease Category: Medical Tags: CRISPR DNA Drug delivery Genetic engineering Genetics Rice University Virus

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02:39 FierceBiotech.comQuantum Genomics’ brain-targeting blood pressure drug meets phase 2b endpoints

Quantum Genomics’ blood pressure drug firibastat, an inhibitor that targets aminopeptidase A in the brain, met its primary endpoint in a phase 2b study—which the company says paves the way for a wider phase 3 trial in more resistant hypertension.

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12.11.2018
20:41 Phys.orgA step closer to 'design on demand' scaffolds for tissue regeneration

The structure of cross-linked polymeric gels is very similar to soft tissue—which is one reason that understanding this material is so critical, according to Kelly Schultz, assistant professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Lehigh University.

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20:16 News-Medical.NetFecal microbiota transplantation effective against ICI-associated colitis

For the first time, transplanting gut bacteria from healthy donors was used to successfully treat patients suffering from severe colitis caused by treatment with immune checkpoint inhibitors.

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06:41 News-Medical.NetStem cells transplanted for treatment of Parkinson’s disease

Japanese researchers have last week transplanted stem cells into a patient’s brain as part of an experimental therapy for Parkinson’s disease. The team at Kyoto University used induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) cells for their procedure. These iPS cells have the capacity to turn into any cell in the body.

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05:55 ScienceDaily.comArtificial intelligence may fall short when analyzing data across multiple health systems

A new study shows deep learning models must be carefully tested across multiple environments before being put into clinical practice.

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10.11.2018
18:59 Google news HealthWRFC encourages smokers to make a plan to quit smoking during the American Cancer Society's Great American ... - Watertown Public Opinion

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07:48 Google news Sci/TechFacebook launches Lasso, its music and video TikTok clone - TechCrunch

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00:44 CNBC health careGoogle names Verily's engineering VP Linus Upson as interim head of health

Google is hoping to better coordinate its efforts in health care. It hired Geisinger Health CEO's David Feinberg, but in the interim, it has named Verily's Linus Upson as interim chief. 

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09.11.2018
23:36 LiveScience.comCan Injecting Millions of Stem Cells into the Brain Treat Parkinson's Disease?

A new experimental therapy for Parkinson's disease that involves injecting millions of special stem cells into the brain of patients with the condition is currently being tested in a clinical trial.

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23:36 CNBC technologyGoogle names Verily's engineering VP Linus Upson as interim CEO of health

Google is hoping to better coordinate its efforts in health care. It hired Geisinger Health CEO's David Feinberg, but in the interim, it has named Verily's Linus Upson as interim chief. 

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23:36 CNBC top newsGoogle names Verily's engineering VP Linus Upson as interim CEO of health

Google is hoping to better coordinate its efforts in health care. It hired Geisinger Health CEO's David Feinberg, but in the interim, it has named Verily's Linus Upson as interim chief. 

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22:28 Google news Sci/TechIt's perfectly acceptable to be pissed off about Diablo Immortal - KnowTechie

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19:24 Nanowerk.comFirst-ever prostate cancer treatment uses gold nanoparticles to destroy tumorous cells

Researchers have begun a small clinical trial using gold nanoparticles that act as tumor-seeking missiles on a mission to remove prostate cancer.

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19:13 Google news Sci/TechThe DeanBeat: A dust-up over Diablo: Immortal has far-reaching implications - VentureBeat

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19:01 Google news Sci/TechDiablo Immortal Controversy: Blizzard's New President Responds - GameSpot

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18:50 Google news Sci/TechBlizzard on 'Diablo Immortal:' Fan Reaction Came Through 'Loud and Clear' - Variety

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17:52 FT.com HealthGlobal funding lift, George Gao, AI and doctors

Health sector

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17:52 FT.com ScienceGlobal funding lift, George Gao, AI and doctors

Science

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17:05 Phys.orgEvolving speech and AI as the window into mental health

Mental health and neurological disorders are a growing epidemic. In the U.S., nearly one in every five people has a mental health condition.

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12:17 News-Medical.NetNTU Singapore uses 3D-printed anatomical specimens for medical education

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore is pioneering the use of 3D-printed anatomical specimens for medical education in Singapore.

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12:07 Technology.orgUnique type of skeletal stem cells found in ‘resting zone’ are actually hard at work

Skeletal stem cells are valuable because it’s thought they can heal many types of bone injury, but they’re

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08:54 News-Medical.NetMaximal longevity in species can be better explained by number of neurons in the brain

Scientists have thought that the main determinant of maximal longevity in warm-blooded animals--which varies from as little as 2 to as many as 211 years--is a species' metabolic rate, which is inversely related to body size. It follows that at 2 years of life, small animals with high metabolic rates are already old, but large animals with low metabolic rates are still young.

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01:59 CNBC top newsGoogle has hired Geisinger's David Feinberg to lead its health strategy, source says

Google is hiring Geisinger Health CEO David Feinberg to define its strategy in the $3 trillion medical sector and coordinate work across its various teams, according to a source familiar and the Wall Street Journal. 

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01:48 CNBC health careGoogle has hired Geisinger's David Feinberg to lead its health strategy, source says

Google is hiring Geisinger Health CEO David Feinberg to define its strategy in the $3 trillion medical sector and coordinate work across its various teams, according to a source familiar and the Wall Street Journal. 

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01:05 CNBC technologyGoogle has hired Geisinger's David Feinberg to lead its health strategy, source says

Google is hiring Geisinger Health CEO David Feinberg to define its strategy in the $3 trillion medical sector and coordinate work across its various teams, according to a source familiar and the Wall Street Journal. 

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08.11.2018
21:02 WhatReallyHappened.comRobot surgeon 'spiralled out of control' after hitting nurse while doctors shouted at each other during pioneering operation that went catastrophically wrong and led to death of father of three, inquest hears

A surgeon has described the tense atmosphere in an operating theatre as a pioneering robotic heart operation went catastrophically wrong.
At one point one of the assisting medics had his arms knocked by the robot which was being used to repair retired music teacher and conductor Stephen Pettitt's heart valve, an inquest was told.
Communication between lead surgeon Sukumaran Nair and his assisting surgeon Thasee Pillay was difficult because of the 'tinny' sound quality coming from the robot console being operated by Nair.

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20:06 BBC HealthNewcastle robot surgery inquest: 'Risk of further deaths'

Stephen Pettitt died as a "direct consequence" of robotic heart surgery, a coroner concludes.

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19:41 ScienceDaily.comSpecies' longevity depends on brain cell numbers

Scientists have thought that the main determinant of maximal longevity in warm-blooded animals -- which varies from as little as 2 to as many as 211 years -- is a species' metabolic rate, which is inversely related to body size. It follows that at 2 years of life, small animals with high metabolic rates are already old, but large animals with low metabolic rates are still young.

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16:24 AzoRobotics.comWill Doctors Become Obsolete in the Era of Machines with Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence platforms mimic human intelligence by learning, reasoning, and self-correction. Compared to doctors, this technology shows the potential to be more accurate at making diagnoses...

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15:28 Technology.orgA new gene-editing technique could target, move and relocate DNA

The new technique, dubbed CRISPR-genome organization or simply CRISPR-GO, uses a modified CRISPR protein to reorganize the genome

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12:49 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: To what extent do our genes really dictate longevity?

The genetic traits that we inherit may indeed influence how long we are likely to live. But are they the most important factor? A new study investigates.

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04:48 ScienceDaily.comCould machines using artificial intelligence make doctors obsolete?

The technology of these tools is evolving rapidly. Standalone machines can now perform limited tasks raising the question of whether machines will ever completely replace doctors?

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07.11.2018
23:39 ScienceMag.org Watch tiny robots swim through an eyeball to deliver medicine

Scientist use magnetic field to drive spiral nanobots

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22:18 ScienceDaily.comFinding a rhyme and reason to CRISPR-Cas9's mutations

Investigators have discovered that template-free Cas9 editing is predictable, and they have developed a machine learning model that can predict insertions and deletions with high accuracy.

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21:58 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Alzheimer's: Artificial intelligence predicts onset

A deep learning algorithm trained to analyze brain scans accurately predicted who would develop Alzheimer's more than 6 years before diagnosis.

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21:23 Nature.ComPredictable and precise template-free CRISPR editing of pathogenic variants

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20:41 News-Medical.NetRegenerative medicine scientist receives $1.3 million to study stem cell therapy for liver failure

Currently, the only therapy for metabolic liver disease is an organ transplant. Tracy Grikscheit, MD, an attending physician and regenerative medicine scientist at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, hopes to change that reality.

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20:16 SingularityHub.ComUsing Big Data to Give Patients Control of Their Own Health

Big data, personalized medicine, artificial intelligence. String these three buzzphrases together, and what do you have? A system that may revolutionize the future of healthcare, by bringing sophisticated health data directly to patients for them to ponder, digest, and act upon—and potentially stop diseases in their tracks. At Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine conference in San […]

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19:10 SingularityHub.ComAI Won’t Replace Doctors, It Will Augment Them

The future of medicine is a physician-patient-AI golden triangle, one in which machines augment clinical care and diagnostics—one with the patient at its heart. That is the takeaway message of DeepMind researcher Dr. Alan Karthikesalingam, who presented his vision of AI-enabled healthcare Monday at Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine conference in San Diego. You’ve probably heard […]

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16:34 Nanowerk.com3D-printed bionic mushrooms fuse nanotech, bacteria and fungi

Researchers take an ordinary white button mushroom and supercharge it with clusters of tightly-packed cyanobacteria and swirls of graphene nanoribbons to make electricity.

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15:04 News-Medical.NetNew nano-immunotherapy promotes long-term acceptance of transplanted organs

Researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine have developed a new nanotechnology-based immunotherapy that promotes long-term transplant acceptance in an animal model.

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