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05.07.2019
16:44 TechnologyReview.comA new way to use the AI behind deepfakes could improve cancer diagnosis

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12:08 Technology.orgDiscovery of mechanism behind precision cancer drug opens door for more targeted treatment

New research that uncovers the mechanism behind the newest generation of cancer drugs is opening the door for

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02:35 ScienceDaily.comWorld first: Homing instinct applied to stem cells show cells 'home' to cardiac tissue

In a world first, scientists have found a new way to direct stem cells to heart tissue. The findings could radically improve the treatment for cardiovascular disease, which causes more than a quarter of all deaths in the UK (1).

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04.07.2019
21:02 Nature.ComCRISPR helps to rid mice of HIV

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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17:23 NewScientist.ComExclusive: Five couples lined up for CRISPR babies to avoid deafness

Russian biologist Denis Rebrikov plans to help five couples who are deaf try CRISPR gene-editing to avoid having a child that inherits the condition

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17:05 Phys.orgWhy the 'molecular scissors' metaphor for understanding CRISPR is misleading

Last week I read an article about CRISPR, the latest tool scientists are using to edit DNA. It was a great piece—well researched, beautifully written, factually accurate. It covered some of the amazing projects scientist are working on using CRISPR, like bringing animals back from extinction and curing diseases. It also gave me the heebies, but not for the reason you might expect.

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16:51 News-Medical.NetUsing NMR to Study Protein Structure, Dynamics and Mechanisms

Fábio Almeida describes how NMR can be used to elucidate protein structure and how this data can be applied to human disease.

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15:08 LiveScience.comThe First Fireworks Came from a 2,000-Year-Old Chinese Quest for Immortality

Ancient alchemy never did discover a death defying concoction — but it did produce a bang

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07:41 News-Medical.NetScientists discover new way to direct stem cells to heart tissue

In a world first, scientists have found a new way to direct stem cells to heart tissue. The findings, led by researchers at the University of Bristol and published in Chemical Science, could radically improve the treatment for cardiovascular disease, which causes more than a quarter of all deaths in the UK.

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04:58 GizmagDiscovery of new autoimmune disease triggered by testicular cancer


Scientists have discovered a new autoimmune disease that is specifically triggered by testicular cancer. Utilizing a newly developed diagnostic tool, the research revealed how the cancer can cause the immune system to target the brain, bringing on severe neurodegenerative disease.
.. Continue Reading Discovery of new autoimmune disease triggered by testicular cancer Category: Medical Tags: Autoimmune Brain Cancer Neuroscience The Immune System

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04:14 Google news Sci/TechCRISPR Helps Scientists Cure HIV In Living Animals For First Time - Futurism

CRISPR Helps Scientists Cure HIV In Living Animals For First Time  FuturismResearchers announce a breakthrough HIV cure in mice  CBS NewsResearchers have eliminated HIV in mice for the first time. Is a cure for humans next?  Yahoo NewsUniversity of Nebraska Medical Center announces HIV research breakthrough  fox42kptm.comResearchers Closer To Finding HIV Cure As Scientists Eliminate Virus In Mice  CBS PhillyView full coverage on Google News

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02:46 Google news Sci/TechScientists cure mice of HIV for first time in groundbreaking study using CRISPR - RT

Scientists cure mice of HIV for first time in groundbreaking study using CRISPR  RTResearchers announce a breakthrough HIV cure in mice  CBS NewsResearchers have eliminated HIV in mice for the first time. Is a cure for humans next?  Yahoo News"Game-changer": Nebraska Aids Project reacts to UNMC breakthrough research  KETV OmahaIs gene-editing the future of HIV treatment?  The Week MagazineView full coverage on Google News

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03.07.2019
23:49 Technology.orgPerfectly punctual or fashionably late, it takes all kinds of stem cells to build a kidney

Arriving early or late can have big consequences for early-stage cells that gather to form a new kidney,

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23:04 Technology.orgStem cells moonlight to protect the stomach from bacterial invaders

Our mucosal surfaces are constantly exposed to numerous bacterial species, some of which can induce DNA damage in

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20:21 Nature.ComInfiltration of old brains by T cells causes dysfunction of neural stem cells

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17:23 FierceBiotech.comUsing CRISPR to eliminate HIV

In a step closer to a possible cure for the infection, a team of scientists has removed HIV from mice using the CRISPR gene-editing technology and a long-acting antiretroviral therapy.

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17:18 SingularityHub.ComCould Lab-Grown Brains Develop Consciousness?

There’s a very un-sexy view of consciousness: our rich, meaningful inner experience of self and other is nothing but electrical and chemical chattering inside our brains. If you, like many scientists, subscribe to this theory, then a difficult question naturally follows: at what point does electro-chemical activity in dissected brain-like tissue become conscious? Yes, I’m […]

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16:25 Phys.orgArtificial membrane binding proteins to direct stem cells to the myocardium

In a world first, scientists have found a new way to direct stem cells to heart tissue. The findings, led by researchers at the University of Bristol and published in Chemical Science, could radically improve the treatment for cardiovascular disease, which causes more than a quarter of all deaths in the UK.

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16:01 Google news Sci/TechCRISPR and LASER ART Eliminate HIV from Mice - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

CRISPR and LASER ART Eliminate HIV from Mice  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsResearchers announce a breakthrough in HIV cure  CBS NewsResearchers say they're closer to finding cure for HIV after using CRISPR technology to eliminate disease in live mice for the first time  CNBCWhile HIV breakthrough renews patients' hope, experts encourage testing  WOWTIs gene-editing the future of HIV treatment?  The Week MagazineView full coverage on Google News

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14:52 TechnologyReview.comA third CRISPR baby may have already been born in China

Another genetically edited baby is due in China, but the world may never learn of its birth if the government decides to keep it a secret.

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14:40 Phys.orgHow big data can help you choose better health insurance

There are plenty of easy consumer choices. Paper clips: easy. Dish sponges: easy. Those products sit at one end of the spectrum. At the other end, impossibly distant, is health insurance.

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12:55 News-Medical.NetStem cell stimulation shows promise as potential stroke treatment

Stem cell stimulation shows promise as a potential noninvasive stroke treatment, according to research in mice published in JNeurosci.

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10:38 News-Medical.NetStudy shows promise for a drug to extend life of patients with ovarian cancer

Women with ovarian cancer who have undergone four or more rounds of chemotherapy typically haven't had much hope that another treatment option will lengthen their lives in a meaningful way.

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09:54 Technology.orgDecoding Cells to Unlock Stem Cells’ Potential

Stem cells are jacks of all trades, capable of alleviating the consequences of such diverse pathologies as heart

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09:31 Technology.orgStudy finds electronic cigarettes damage brain stem cells

A research team at the University of California, Riverside, has found that electronic cigarettes, often targeted to youth

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09:18 News-Medical.NetNational effort to document intricate cell types and states in breast cancer tissues

University of California, Irvine researchers will lead an unprecedented national effort to document the intricate cell types and states in breast tissue that underlie cancer.

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09:09 GizmagScientists combine CRISPR and drug therapy to cure HIV infection in mice for the first time


Though advances in medicine have greatly improved the lives of HIV sufferers and made the virus much more manageable, a permanent cure has remained elusive. Scientists have now made a significant breakthrough in this area, using the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing tool to entirely remove the virus from the genomes of living animals for the first time ever.
.. Continue Reading Scientists combine CRISPR and drug therapy to cure HIV infection in mice for the first time Category: Medical Tags: CRISPR Genetic engineering HIV Temple University

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02:35 Google news Sci/TechResearchers Use CRISPR to Remove HIV From Mice - Gizmodo

Researchers Use CRISPR to Remove HIV From Mice  GizmodoResearchers say they're closer to finding cure for HIV after using CRISPR technology to eliminate disease in live mice for the first time  CNBCIs gene-editing the future of HIV treatment?  The Week MagazineUNMC, LKSOM researchers successfully remove HIV from animal in major medical discovery  KETV OmahaFor the First Time, Researchers Eliminated HIV From the Genomes of Living Animals  TIMEView full coverage on Google News

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02.07.2019
21:46 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: How organ transplants work

Many people require organ transplants, and they rely on other people donating them. There are many more people waiting for an organ than have signed up to be donors. Learn more about organ transplants, including the risks, benefits, and considerations to make, here.

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20:48 WhatReallyHappened.comGoogle alters search results to discredit nutritional supplements and natural health websites

Following the removal of Mercola.com and many other natural health websites from its search results, Google is now upping the ante by trying to dictate what users search for by completing their queries with all sorts of anti-natural health propaganda.
GreenMedInfo, which was recently banned by Mailchimp for sending out newsletters containing vaccine science, recently conducted an experiment, type the words “organic is a” into Google’s search bar. Here are the autocomplete recommendations that came up:
• organic is a lie • organic is always non gmo • organic is a sham • organic is a myth • organic is a waste of money • organic is a marketing gimmick • organic is always non gmo logo

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20:37 TechInvestorNews.comResearchers say they used CRISPR technology to cure HIV in live mice for the first time (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsResearchers say they used CRISPR technology to cure HIV in live mice for the first time - Researchers say theyve come one step closer to finding a potential cure for HIV after they successfully eliminated the virus in living mice for the first time in history. ...

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20:25 Google news Sci/TechResearchers use CRISPR to eliminate HIV in mice - STAT

Researchers use CRISPR to eliminate HIV in mice  STATResearchers say they're closer to finding cure for HIV after using CRISPR technology to eliminate disease in live mice for the first time  CNBCFor the First Time, Researchers Eliminated HIV From the Genomes of Living Animals  TIMEHave mice really been cured of HIV using CRISPR gene editing?  New Scientist NewsUNMC, LKSOM researchers successfully remove HIV from animal in major medical discovery  KETV OmahaView full coverage on Google News

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19:11 ScientificAmerican.ComA Bulwark Against Trump's Stem Cell Ban

California's Institute for Regenerative Medicine, a kind of mini-NIH, does crucial basic research without federal funding -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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18:53 Google news Sci/TechResearchers say they're closer to finding cure for HIV after using CRISPR technology to eliminate disease in live mice for the first time - CNBC

Researchers say they're closer to finding cure for HIV after using CRISPR technology to eliminate disease in live mice for the first time  CNBCUNMC announces HIV research breakthrough  WOWTUNMC, LKSOM researchers successfully remove HIV from animal in major medical discovery  KETV OmahaView full coverage on Google News

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18:36 NewScientist.ComHave mice really been cured of HIV using CRISPR gene editing?

Some mice receiving a therapy that includes CRISPR gene editing appear to have been cured of HIV, but safety concerns must be overcome before human trials

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18:36 NewScientist.ComA tiny jellyfish robot could swim inside the bladder to deliver drugs

A tiny jellyfish-like robot could be used to deliver drugs in the body. It is only 3 millimeters across and is controlled by magnetic fields

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18:30 CNBC health careResearchers say they used CRISPR technology to cure HIV in live mice for the first time

Researchers say they've come one step closer to finding a potential cure for HIV after they successfully eliminated the virus in living mice for the first time in history.

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18:18 CNBC top newsResearchers say they used CRISPR technology to cure HIV in live mice for the first time

Researchers say they've come one step closer to finding a potential cure for HIV after they successfully eliminated the virus in living mice for the first time in history.

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16:05 Google news Sci/TechResearchers Use Embryonic Stem Cells To Create Living Model Embryos For Research : Shots - Health News - NPR

Researchers Use Embryonic Stem Cells To Create Living Model Embryos For Research : Shots - Health News  NPRThree-dimensional model illuminates key aspects of early development  Phys.OrgEarly life illuminated in 3D  CosmosView full coverage on Google News

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15:53 Phys.orgDecoding cells to unlock stem cells' potential

Stem cells are jacks of all trades, capable of alleviating the consequences of such diverse pathologies as heart attacks, strokes and cancer. However, stem cell therapies have been hampered by possible side effects, which are frequently hard to predict. One way around this conundrum is to understand how stem cells conjure up their therapeutic effects, and then try to mimic them.

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12:59 News-Medical.Net'Scissors' component of CRISPR/Cas9 sometimes gets stuck

In biotech these days, CRISPR/Cas9 is a hot topic, because of its utility as a precise gene editing tool. Before humans repurposed it, CRISPR/Cas9 was a sort of internal immune system bacteria use to defend themselves against phages, or viruses that infect bacteria, by slicing up the phages' DNA.

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11:01 News-Medical.Net3D tumor models of triple-negative breast cancer may improve drug discovery and testing

Dr. Hossein Tavana, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at The University of Akron, has received a grant of $1.13 million from the prestigious National Cancer Institute to further develop 3D tumor models of triple-negative breast cancer -- which may improve drug testing and lead to the discovery of new, more effective anticancer drugs.

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08:35 News-Medical.NetBioSA team aims to develop improved bone regeneration scaffold design

Millions of patients all over the world undergo surgical procedures related to bone defect repair every year.

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07:34 ScienceDaily.comScissors get stuck: Another way bacteria use CRISPR/Cas9

Before humans repurposed it as a gene editing tool, CRISPR/Cas9 was a sort of internal immune system bacteria use to defend themselves against phages. Scientists have found that the 'scissors' component of CRISPR/Cas9 sometimes gets stuck.

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07:34 ScienceDaily.comStudy finds electronic cigarettes damage brain stem cells

A research team has found that electronic cigarettes, often targeted to youth and pregnant women, produce a stress response in neural stem cells, which are critical cells in the brain.

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07:12 ScienceDaily.comStem cell stimulation improves stroke recovery

Stem cell stimulation shows promise as a potential noninvasive stroke treatment, according to new research. If extended to humans, this technique could greatly improve patients' quality of life.

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03:15 News-Medical.NetElectronic cigarettes produce stress response in neural stem cells, study finds

A research team at the University of California, Riverside, has found that electronic cigarettes, often targeted to youth and pregnant women, produce a stress response in neural stem cells, which are critical cells in the brain.

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01.07.2019
22:55 Phys.orgScissors get stuck—another way bacteria use CRISPR/Cas9

In biotech these days, CRISPR/Cas9 is a hot topic, because of its utility as a precise gene editing tool. Before humans repurposed it, CRISPR/Cas9 was a sort of internal immune system bacteria use to defend themselves against phages, or viruses that infect bacteria, by slicing up the phages' DNA.

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19:52 TechnologyReview.comThe CRISPR books racing to be the technology’s definitive guide

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19:29 WhatReallyHappened.comGoogle declares ORGANICS to be “a lie” and supplements “scams” in latest insane anti-health search manipulation

If you thought Google was only censoring political content, think again. Just like I warned in a previous Natural News article, Google is now censoring all content about organics, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, herbs, nutrition and supplements.
Sayer Ji, founder of GreenMedInfo, has put together a damning collecting of evidence proving that Google is maliciously altering search suggestions to try to destroy natural health and naturopathy. It’s all part of Google’s total collapse into pure evil that has also seen Google censoring all conservative, Christian or pro-Trump content.

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17:02 FierceBiotech.comPfizer’s DMD gene therapy safety data hand advantage to Sarepta

An early clinical update on Pfizer’s Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) gene therapy has raised safety concerns. One of the first six people to receive the treatment was hospitalized with acute renal injury, leading analysts to talk down Pfizer’s chances of competing with Sarepta.

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11:47 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: How 3D printing allows scientists to grow new human hairs

Researchers have found a way of using 3D printing technology to grow human hairs in the laboratory, without the need for skin implantation.

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30.06.2019
19:37 WhatReallyHappened.comThe computer will see you now… AI better than some doctors at detecting childhood diseases

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29.06.2019
23:15 News-Medical.NetReducing patient fears after dry AMD diagnosis

A new study from City, University of London suggests that effective communication from eye health professionals may help reduce patient fears after they are diagnosed with the 'dry' form of age-related macular degeneration

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08:36 News-Medical.NetNew method to grow embryonic stem cells on a microfluidic chip

It's no surprise that using human embryos for biological and medical research comes with many ethical concerns. Correct though it is to proceed with caution in these matters, the fact is that much science would benefit from being able to study human biology more accurately.

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28.06.2019
23:02 ScienceDaily.comNew study on gene editing in wildlife finds people are wary

The applications of CRISPR based genetic engineering tools range from changing colors in butterfly wings to developing gene therapies that might one day cure or prevent human diseases. Some scientists are also setting their sights on new uses -- saving endangered species and possibly eliminating invasive ones to manage wildlife populations for conservation. However, a University of Central Florida researcher and her colleagues have found that people living in the US are wary of using this technology to achieve wildlife conservation goals.

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20:04 CNBC top newsSarepta surges after data on Pfizer's rival gene therapy raises safety concerns

Sarepta is in a race with Pfizer and Solid Biosciences to first market a gene therapy for the genetic that affects one in 3,500 to 5,000 males.

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19:53 Phys.orgUniversity of Chicago Medical Center's data sharing with Google puts patient privacy at risk, lawsuit alleges

About two years ago, the University of Chicago Medical Center touted a new, ambitious partnership with tech giant Google, one aimed at finding patterns in patients' medical records that might help predict medical issues.

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19:42 Reuters.com HealthSarepta surges after Pfizer gene therapy data raises safety concerns

Shares of Sarepta Therapeutics Inc surged 15% on Friday after some safety concerns were raised in a small, early-stage study of a competing gene therapy for a rare muscle-wasting disorder from Pfizer Inc.

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18:28 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsRejuvenation and Memory Effects in a Structural Glass

Author(s): Camille Scalliet and Ludovic Berthier A structural glass experiences rejuvenation and memory effects when the temperature is cycled, analogous to what is already known for spin glasses, emphasizing the link between mean field models of these two types of glasses.
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 255502] Published Fri Jun 28, 2019

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18:22 CNBC health careGoogle's next battleground as it gets into health care will be privacy, lawsuit shows

A lawsuit alleges that Google and the University of Chicago Medical Center shared records without properly protecting patients' identities.

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17:47 Reuters.com HealthPfizer gene therapy for rare muscle disease shows promise in small, early study

Pfizer Inc on Friday presented promising results from a tiny early study of its experimental gene therapy for a rare muscle disease, but two of the six patients in the trial experienced side effects that landed them in the hospital.

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17:36 CNBC technologyGoogle's next battleground as it gets into health care will be privacy, lawsuit shows

A lawsuit alleges that Google and the University of Chicago Medical Center shared records without properly protecting patients' identities.

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17:24 CNBC top newsGoogle's next battleground as it gets into health care will be privacy, lawsuit shows

A lawsuit alleges that Google and the University of Chicago Medical Center shared records without properly protecting patients' identities.

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14:17 News-Medical.NetSartorius launches new ambr 250 modular bioreactor vessel for cell and gene therapy applications

Sartorius Stedim Biotech, a leading international partner of the biopharmaceutical industry, today launched a new vessel for its ambr 250 modular benchtop automated mini bioreactor system.

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12:31 Technology.orgHow transposons improve CRISPR efficiency

The Current Technology The clustered, regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)-CRISPR associated (Cas) endonuclease system is present in

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00:50 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Stem cell therapy for rheumatoid arthritis

Stem cell therapy may help reduce inflammation and build up healthy cells in the body. Scientists are now investigating whether it may benefit autoimmune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis. Learn more here.

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00:35 ScienceDaily.comFunctional hair follicles grown from stem cells

Scientists have created natural-looking hair that grows through the skin using human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), a major scientific achievement that could revolutionize the hair growth industry.

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27.06.2019
22:20 WhatReallyHappened.comGoogle buries Mercola.com search results in escalating attack on all independent health, nutrition and vaccine information

Yet another wildly popular source of science-based news and information about natural health, Mercola.com, has been targeted for elimination by the corrupt, Big Tech deep state.
Google, which recently implemented another one of its “broad core” search engine updates, has decided to arbitrarily remove Mercola.com from its search results – for no other reason than the fact that Mercola.com bravely tells the politically-incorrect truth about things like genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) and vaccines.

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17:20 SingularityHub.ComScientists Can Now Clone Brain Organoids. Here’s Why That Matters

An army of free-floating minibrain clones are heading your way! No, that’s not the premise of a classic sci-fi brain-in-jars blockbuster. Rather, a team at Harvard has figured out a way to “clone” brain organoids, in the sense that every brain blob, regardless of what type of stem cell it originated from, developed nearly identically […]

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16:35 CNBC health careThis CEO is trying to genetically modify pig organs for human transplant and cure rare diseases

United Therapeutics CEO Martine Rothblatt is a trailblazer in drug development for rare diseases. She is now developing technology to tackle the organ shortage in America.

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16:35 CNBC top newsThis CEO is trying to genetically modify pig organs for human transplant and cure rare diseases

United Therapeutics CEO Martine Rothblatt is a trailblazer in drug development for rare diseases. She is now developing technology to tackle the organ shortage in America.

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11:00 Technology.orgResearchers reach milestone in use of nanoparticles to kill cancer with heat

Researchers at Oregon State University have developed an improved technique for using magnetic nanoclusters to kill hard-to-reach tumors.

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09:37 Phys.orgResearchers reach milestone in use of nanoparticles to kill cancer with heat

Researchers at Oregon State University have developed an improved technique for using magnetic nanoclusters to kill hard-to-reach tumors.

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26.06.2019
21:21 ScienceMag.orgSurprise patent ruling revives high-stakes dispute over the genome editor CRISPR

U.S. patent officials re-examining claims about who deserves rights to enormously valuable aspect of the invention

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21:10 Phys.orgResearchers unlocking keys to longevity of egg cell supply in mammals

Since female mammals are born with a limited number of egg cells, most of the egg cells wait in a dormant state before maturing later in life to ensure a long period of fertility. However, how this dormant state is achieved and then maintained is still largely shrouded in mystery.

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20:13 Phys.orgNew study on gene editing in wildlife finds people are wary

The applications of CRISPR based genetic engineering tools range from changing colors in butterfly wings to developing gene therapies that might one day cure or prevent human diseases.

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19:33 Nature.ComDaily briefing: Some ‘stem-cell doctors’ are naturopaths and dentists

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16:28 News-Medical.NetZebrafish offers new clues to regenerating damaged cardiac tissue

Research into the hearts of zebrafish, a pet shop staple marked by their eponymous stripes, has shed light on ways the human heart muscle could be healed following damage.

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15:15 Nature.ComMars methane spike, stem-cell clinics and India’s space plans

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14:17 Nature.ComDoctors at many stem-cell clinics don’t have relevant training

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11:27 Technology.orgBy Cannibalizing Nearby Stromal Stem Cells, Some Breast Cancer Cells Gain Invasion Advantage

It’s a you-are-what-you-eat story starring breast cancer cells. Researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center and U-M College of

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05:45 News-Medical.NetStudy shows how gastric stem cells fight colonizing bacteria

Stem cells are not only key players in tissue regeneration, they are also capable of taking direct action against bacteria.

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02:02 Reuters.com ScienceU.S. patent agency to review Harvard, MIT's claim to CRISPR technology

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Monday said it would review whether Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology can claim rights to a gene-editing technology known as CRISPR, adding fuel to a rivalry between those institutions and the University of California.

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00:55 NYT ScienceJudge Halts Treatments at Florida Stem Cell Clinic

U.S. Stem Cell must stop injecting fat extracts into patients, an unproven treatment that federal officials say blinded some patients.

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00:54 NYT HealthJudge Halts Treatments at Florida Stem Cell Clinic

U.S. Stem Cell must stop injecting fat extracts into patients, an unproven treatment that federal officials say blinded some patients.

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25.06.2019
23:57 Medscape.ComClinicians at Stem Cell Clinics Often Lack Credentials

Researchers found that many clinics offering unapproved stem cell interventions don't employ physicians trained to treat the conditions for which they advertise treatments.

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23:36 TechnologyReview.comThe fight over who owns CRISPR is back, and it’s a rematch

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23:02 Reuters.com HealthUnproven stem cell therapies often peddled by doctors without training

At U.S. clinics advertising unproven stem cell treatments, roughly two-thirds of the clinicians may be physicians, but a new study suggests these doctors are often trained in specialties unrelated to the services they provide.

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20:29 Medscape.ComWhat's the Mediterranean Diet's Value in AMD?

A recent pooled analysis makes a compelling case for this diet's protective role, but establishing a direct causal role remains elusive.

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19:17 NewScientist.ComNon-addictive CRISPR-edited tobacco could help eliminate smoking

A gene-edited tobacco plant with near-zero nicotine could boost plans to eliminate smoking by making cigarettes non-addictive

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17:46 Nature.ComChina organ transplant claims raise alarm about research

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16:51 Phys.orgStem cells moonlight to protect the stomach from bacterial invaders

Our mucosal surfaces are constantly exposed to numerous bacterial species, some of which can induce DNA damage in host cells. Normally this remains inconsequential, as the rapid turnover of the mucosa means damaged cells are shed within days. However, if the long-lived stem cells that continually give rise to new replacement cells receive damage it could lead to the development of cancer. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology and the Charité-Universitätsmedizin in Berlin have now revealed that the gastric stem cell pool does do not merely divide to generate new daughter cells, but that they can secrete antimicrobial molecules to actively defend the stem cell niche against bacteria.

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15:40 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle is running an employee mental health project without any metrics (Lila MacLellan/Quartz)

Lila MacLellan / QuartzGoogle is running an employee mental health project without any metrics - Google says its peer-support program works, even if it doesnt have data to prove it. Googles data-driven approach has long applied to its own workplaces. It has crafted onboarding and maternity leave practices around insights derived from employee statistics, gathered figures to investigate what makes the best teams, and designed ...

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14:12 Medscape.ComTeam Model, Big Data Bring Precision Medicine to Primary Care

Collection of patient data and an eclectic team approach introduced precision medicine into primary care.

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12:20 Nature.ComLicense heritable gene editing like medical cannabis

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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24.06.2019
18:56 Phys.orgBroad Institute researchers use novel field-ready CRISPR platform to detect plant genes

SHERLOCK technology is a new CRISPR-based platform that is rapid and portable and enables detection and quantitation of plant genes to support a variety of agricultural applications. Additional advantages, including the ability to process crude plant extracts with minimal nucleic acid sample preparation required are described in a research article published in The CRISPR Journal.

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18:43 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: First-of-its-kind robotic arm works without brain implant

In a breakthrough move, researchers have developed a high-fidelity, noninvasive interface that allows users to control robotic arms with their minds.

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17:11 Technology.orgWhy CRISPR-Cas9 Is the Biggest Revolution in Genome Editing?

One of the more recent developments in genome editing is CRISPR-Cas9, which offers a more efficient, accurate, and

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10:31 News-Medical.NetSwitch that decides fate of cells from neural stem cells discovered

Neurons and astrocytes are prominent cell types in the cerebral cortex. Neurons are the primary information processing cells in the brain, whereas astrocytes support and modulate their functions.

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