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17.01.2019
12:49 AzoRobotics.comRobocath’s R-One™ Robot Acquired by the Medical Training and Testing Center in Rouen for Future Healthcare Practitioner Training

Robocath, a company that designs, develops and commercializes cardiovascular robotic systems for the treatment of vascular diseases, announces today that the Medical Training & Testing Center...

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11:42 Technology.orgPoop transplant can effectively help people with ulcerative colitis

Here‘s something you haven‘t thought about today – poop transplant. Although it sounds like a bad example of

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06:38 Gizmag New fecal transplant technique successfully treats inflammatory bowel disease


While several decades of research have slowly been building a scientific case for the efficacy of fecal transplants as a treatment for a variety of conditions, there is still a lack of consensus over the best way to prepare and administer these fecal samples. A new Australian trial has revealed significant success in fecal transplants treating ulcerative colitis, pioneering a new stool processing technique suggested to enhance the therapeutic effect of the treatment.
.. Continue Reading New fecal transplant technique successfully treats inflammatory bowel disease Category: Medical Tags: Bacteria Disease fecal transplant Gut Bacteria Inflammatory Microbiome

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16.01.2019
23:20 FierceBiotech.comNIH’s stem cell-based AMD therapy set for first human trial

Researchers at the NIH’s National Eye Institute (NEI) have developed a therapy from induced pluripotent stem cells to prevent blindness in dry age-related macular degeneration, and they have turned up positive animal data that set the stage for a human trial.

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22:08 ScienceDaily.comHow stem cells self-organize in the developing embryo

New study uses live imaging to understand a critical step in early embryonic development -- how genes and molecules control forces to orchestrate the emergence of form in the developing embryo. The study findings could have important implications for how stem cells are used to create functional organs in the lab, and lead to a better understanding of the underlying causes of gastrointestinal birth defects.

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21:05 Phys.orgHow stem cells self-organize in the developing embryo

Embryonic development is a process of profound physical transformation, one that has challenged researchers for centuries. How do genes and molecules control forces and tissue stiffness to orchestrate the emergence of form in the developing embryo? How are the precise mechanics underlying emergence of the complexity of our organs and tissues encoded in our DNA?

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17:18 FierceBiotech.comLife Biosciences raises $50M as longevity race heats up

Life Biosciences has raised $50 million. The series B round will support the startup’s efforts to build a portfolio of subsidiaries with assets targeting eight aging pathways.

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15:05 ScientificAmerican.ComHuman Gene Editing: Great Power, Great Responsibility

Modifying the human germline has profound implications and must be approached with extraordinary care -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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13:50 Technology.orgClinical Trial Testing Fecal Microbiota Transplant for Recurrent Diarrheal Disease Begins

A research consortium recently began enrolling patients in a clinical trial examining whether fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) by

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12:18 Nature.ComThe paradox of human nature, our obsession with the skies, and the realities of transplant surgery: Books in brief

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10:16 News-Medical.NetPoo transplant can successfully treat patients with ulcerative colitis

Poo transplant or "Fecal microbiota transplantation" can successfully treat patients with ulcerative colitis, new research from the University of Adelaide shows.

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09:54 News-Medical.NetResearchers use gene-editing tool CRISPR/Cas9 to limit impact of parasitic diseases

For the first time, researchers at the George Washington University, together with colleagues at institutes in Thailand, Australia, the U.K. and the Netherlands, and more, have successfully used the gene-editing tool CRISPR/Cas9 to limit the impact of parasitic worms responsible for schistosomiasis and for liver fluke infection, which can cause a diverse spectrum of human disease including bile duct cancer.

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08:14 News-Medical.NetMultiple sclerosis could benefit from stem cell therapy

Patients with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) have benefited from an experimental stem cell therapy. MS is an autoimmune disease where the central nervous system is affected. It is severely debilitating and means a slow and progressive death for the patients.

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08:04 News-Medical.NetStudy analyzes vaccine-preventable infections in children who receive solid organ transplants

Children who receive solid organ transplants are hospitalized due to vaccine-preventable infections at rates that are significantly higher than the general population, according to a newly published study by University of Colorado School of Medicine researchers.

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06:29 Arxiv.org CSSISC: End-to-end Interpretable Discovery Radiomics-Driven Lung Cancer Prediction via Stacked Interpretable Sequencing Cells. (arXiv:1901.04641v1 [cs.CV])

Objective: Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide. Computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) systems have shown significant promise in recent years for facilitating the effective detection and classification of abnormal lung nodules in computed tomography (CT) scans. While hand-engineered radiomic features have been traditionally used for lung cancer prediction, there have been significant recent successes achieving state-of-the-art results in the area of discovery radiomics. Here, radiomic sequencers comprising of highly discriminative radiomic features are discovered directly from archival medical data. However, the interpretation of predictions made using such radiomic sequencers remains a challenge. Method: A novel end-to-end interpretable discovery radiomics-driven lung cancer prediction pipeline has been designed, build, and tested. The radiomic sequencer being

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04:59 ScienceDaily.comGene-editing tool CRISPR/Cas9 shown to limit impact of certain parasitic diseases

Researchers have successfully used CRISPR/Cas9 to limit the impact of schistosomiasis and liver fluke infection, which affects more than a quarter of a billion people in Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America.

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03:55 BBC HealthLiver transplant 'game changing' treatment approved

It's hoped perfusion machines that "warm livers" will increase the number of viable donated organs.

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01:18 ScienceDaily.comVaccine-preventable infections in pediatric transplant patients

Children who receive solid organ transplants are hospitalized due to vaccine-preventable infections at rates that are significantly higher than the general population.

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15.01.2019
19:30 CNN HealthStem cell therapy for relapsing MS proves effective and safe, study finds

An experimental stem cell therapy proved effective and safe in patients with a relapsing form of multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system, new research finds.

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19:09 Nanowerk.comEngineered T cells promote long-term organ transplant acceptance

Scientists discovered a molecular approach preventing rejection of the transplanted graft while simultaneously maintaining the ability to fight against infections.

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18:42 ScienceDaily.comEngineered T cells promote long-term organ transplant acceptance

Organ transplant rejection is a major problem in transplantation medicine. Suppressing the immune system to prevent organ rejection, however, opens the door to life-threatening infections. Researchers have now discovered a molecular approach preventing rejection of the transplanted graft while simultaneously maintaining the ability to fight against infections.

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17:18 InsideEVs.comBest And Worst Electric Cars For Regenerative Braking

Not all EV braking is created equal. When I drive an electric car for the first time, I’m always struck by how different it is from EVs that I previously experienced. More often than not, what separates them is not how they accelerate or handle – but how they brake. In the last couple of […]

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15:56 News-Medical.NetResearchers manipulate T cells to improve transplant success

Researchers have manipulated T cells in a way that prevents the rejection of transplanted organs, without affecting the immune system’s ability to fight microbial infection.

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15:47 Technology.orgDNA can help predicting if you will live longer or shorter than an average human

Everyone wants to live a long and healthy life. It is a bit of a goal that everyone

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14:16 BBC HealthRebecca Henderson: Transplant hope for rucksack heart woman

Scans show Rebecca Henderson has been clear of cancer for a year and is now eligible for a donor heart.

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06:06 Gizmag Massive Harvard-led genetic twin study homes in on the nature versus nurture debate


A massive new study is uncovering the effects of genes and environment in over 500 different conditions. Targeting over 50,000 twin pairs, the research is the first of its kind to use large-scale data analysis to evaluate the heritability of such a broad range of conditions.
.. Continue Reading Massive Harvard-led genetic twin study homes in on the nature versus nurture debate Category: Science Tags: Genetics Harvard

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01:47 Technology.orgGene-editing tool now being used to develop better antibiotics

A University of Wisconsin–Madison researcher and his collaborators at the University of California, San Francisco have repurposed the

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14.01.2019
22:29 Google news Sci/TechFresh Air: Transplant Surgeon Joshua Mezrich On 'When Death Becomes Life' : Shots - Health News - NPR

Fresh Air: Transplant Surgeon Joshua Mezrich On 'When Death Becomes Life' : Shots - Health News  NPR Joshua Mezrich has performed hundreds of kidney, liver and pancreas transplants. He shares stories from the operating room in his book, When Death ...

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21:22 News-Medical.NetMolecular hallmarks of tumor hypoxia across 19 cancer types discovered

Unlike healthy tissues, tumors thrive in low-oxygen environments, often acquiring the ability to resist treatment and spread to other sites in the body. Despite being a well-known cause of therapy resistance and metastasis, the impact of low oxygen, known as hypoxia, on tumor cells is poorly understood.

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18:57 BBC HealthLife-extending drug Perjeta approved for secondary breast cancer

The drug can prolong the lives of incurable breast cancer patients by up to 16 months.

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17:48 Nature.ComCRISPR adapted to respond to infected cells

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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17:30 Phys.orgStem cells regulate their fate by altering their stiffness

In adults, mesenchymal stems cells (MSCs) are primarily found in bone marrow and they play a vital role in repair of damaged organs. The transformation of a single MSC into complex tissue like cartilage and bone starts with its association with other MSCs in order to form microscopic clusters via a process termed as condensation. While it is known that this condensation step is important for skeletal development the exact role it plays in formation of bone and cartilage is not understood. A team led by Prof. Dr. Prasad Shastri and Dr. Melika Sarem of the Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry at the University of Freiburg present evidence for autonomous control of chondrogenesis in MSCs. These findings are published in the journal Stem Cell Research & Therapy.

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13:15 FT.com HealthWhat are the potential health benefits of gene editing?

Anjana Ahuja talks to a leading scientist from the Crick Institute about developments in gene editing

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13:15 FT.com ScienceWhat are the potential health benefits of gene editing?

Anjana Ahuja talks to a leading scientist from the Crick Institute about developments in gene editing

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11:32 BBC HealthRoyal Papworth Hospital marks heart transplant anniversary

The hospital's first such procedure was carried out on a 44-year-old patient on 14 January 1979.

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08:06 FT.com HealthNHS trials AI software to diagnose breast cancer

Kheiron’s test in England aimed at helping hospitals cope with shortage of radiologists

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08:06 FT.com ScienceNHS trials AI software to diagnose breast cancer

Kheiron’s test in England aimed at helping hospitals cope with shortage of radiologists

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07:34 FT.com HealthPodcast: What next for genome editing?

Anjana Ahuja talks to Professor Robin Lovell-Badge of the Crick Institute

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13.01.2019
20:51 FT.com HealthLife Biosciences joins the longevity race

US start-up looking at ways to extend life valued at $500m after funding round

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12.01.2019
13:32 Phys.orgGene-editing tool CRISPR repurposed to develop better antibiotics

A University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher and his collaborators at the University of California, San Francisco have repurposed the gene-editing tool CRISPR to study which genes are targeted by particular antibiotics, providing clues on how to improve existing antibiotics or develop new ones.

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07:56 News-Medical.NetResearchers repurpose gene-editing tool CRISPR to develop better antibiotics

A University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher and his collaborators at the University of California, San Francisco have repurposed the gene-editing tool CRISPR to study which genes are targeted by particular antibiotics, providing clues on how to improve existing antibiotics or develop new ones.

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07:33 News-Medical.NetNovel gene therapy could dampen drug-induced side effect in Parkinson's patients

A Michigan State University researcher has received a $2.8 million federal grant to develop a gene therapy that could reduce and possibly eliminate a frustrating side effect of a drug commonly prescribed to Parkinson's patients.

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04:16 ScienceDaily.comGene-editing tool CRISPR repurposed to develop better antibiotics

Scientists have repurposed the gene-editing tool CRISPR to study which genes are targeted by particular antibiotics, providing clues on how to improve existing antibiotics or develop new ones.

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11.01.2019
23:10 Reuters.com HealthLilly eyes more cancer deals, but wary of CAR-T, gene therapy

Eli Lilly and Co remains in the hunt for cancer drugs even after announcing an $8 billion purchase of Loxo Oncology this week, but it plans to remain on the sidelines when it comes to two of the hottest areas of drug development.

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18:03 FierceBiotech.comAdding a 'switch' to Cas9 to make CRISPR gene editing safer

One challenge facing the development of CRISPR gene editing is the fear that the Cas9 "scissors" used in the technology could cause off-target effects. UC Berkeley researchers have come up with a “switch” mechanism that could keep the Cas9 enzyme turned off until it reaches its target site.

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16:34 News-Medical.NetCRISPR-Cas9 circular permutants can sense and respond to viral proteases

Using a technique called circular permutation, researchers at the University of California Berkeley have created a new suite of Cas9 variants called Cas9-CPs, which will simplify design of Cas9-fusion proteins for diverse applications beyond simple DNA cutting, such as base editing and epigenetic modifications.

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15:09 Technology.orgGiving Cas9 an ‘on’ switch for better control of CRISPR gene editing

CRISPR-Cas9 is a revolutionary tool in part because of its versatility: created by bacteria to chew up viruses,

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09:20 News-Medical.NetNew method modifies blood stem cells to reverse genetic mutation that causes IPEX

UCLA researchers led by Dr. Donald Kohn have created a method for modifying blood stem cells to reverse the genetic mutation that causes a life-threatening autoimmune syndrome called IPEX.

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04:21 ScienceDaily.comCRISPR study reveals new immune system regulators

Scientists have created the first retroviral CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing library to explore the regulation of mouse T cells, which are key cells in the immune system. Researchers mapped the most important genes for controlling T helper cells, and identified several new regulatory genes. The results could help researchers develop new treatments to activate the immune system against tumours or infection.

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03:31 News-Medical.NetResearch suggests possible way to improve survival in African-Americans undergoing liver transplant

Among African-American adults undergoing liver transplant to treat liver cancer, patients whose organ donor was also African-American lived significantly longer than those with a racially unmatched donor, report authors of a new study using national data.

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00:43 ScienceDaily.comGiving Cas9 an 'on' switch for better control of CRISPR gene editing

Scientists have created an 'on' switch for CRISPR-Cas9 that allows it to be turned on in select cells only, specifically those that have a particular protein-cutting enzyme, or protease. Viruses produce such proteases, as do cancer cells, so the Cas9 variants -- called ProCas9 -- could be used as sensors for viral infections or cancer. The variants were discovered by circular permutations on wild-type Cas9 designed to produce a stripped-down Cas9 tuned to human cells.

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10.01.2019
20:55 TechnologyReview.comCongress is about to renew its ban on creating CRISPR babies in the US

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19:07 Phys.orgGiving Cas9 an 'on' switch for better control of CRISPR gene editing

CRISPR-Cas9 is a revolutionary tool in part because of its versatility: created by bacteria to chew up viruses, it works equally well in human cells to do all sorts of genetic tricks, including cutting and pasting DNA, making pinpoint mutations and activating or inactivating a gene.

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19:07 Phys.orgNew CRISPR-Cas9 variants can respond to viral proteases

Using a technique called circular permutation, researchers at the University of California Berkeley have created a new suite of Cas9 variants called Cas9-CPs, which will simplify design of Cas9-fusion proteins for diverse applications beyond simple DNA cutting, such as base editing and epigenetic modifications. The work appears January 10 in the journal Cell.

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16:50 ScienceDaily.comHRT tablets associated with increased risk of blood clots

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) tablets are associated with a higher risk of rare but serious blood clots (known as venous thromboembolism or VTE), finds a large study.

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14:42 AzoRobotics.comArtificial Intelligence Used to Support Instant Diagnosis of Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetic retinopathy is the main cause of vision loss in adults and its impact is growing around the world, with 191 million people estimated to be affected by 2030. There are no early-stage...

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14:30 BBC HealthQuadruple amputee given double hand transplant

Quadruple amputee Corinne Hutton, from Lochwinnoch in Renfrewshire, had been waiting five years for the surgery.

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10:53 Technology.orgStem cell study offers clues for optimizing bone marrow transplants and more

Bone marrow transplants, which involve transplanting healthy blood stem cells, offer the best treatment for many types of

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03:11 BBC HealthSome HRT tablets 'linked to higher blood clot risk'

The overall risk remains low, with patches and gels the safest treatment, BMJ researchers say.

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02:39 News-Medical.NetResearch provides clues for understanding and optimizing bone marrow transplants

Bone marrow transplants, which involve transplanting healthy blood stem cells, offer the best treatment for many types of cancers, blood disorders and immune diseases. Even though 22,000 of these procedures are performed each year in the US, much remains to be understood about how they work.

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01:45 ScienceDaily.comStem cell study offers clues for optimizing bone marrow transplants and more

A new study, conducted in mice, shows that successfully transplanted stem cells don't behave 'normally' as in a healthy person without a transplant. Instead, the radiation and high-dose chemotherapy used to wipe out diseased stem cells prior to transplantation appear to trigger 'extreme behavior' in the newly transplanted cells.

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01:39 TechInvestorNews.comThe doctor will see you now … on your phone, with an AI assistant: How tech is changing healthcare (Todd Bishop/GeekWire)

Todd Bishop / GeekWireThe doctor will see you now … on your phone, with an AI assistant: How tech is changing healthcare - What role will artificial intelligence play in healthcare? How can smartphones make healthcare more accessible? And whats the future of tech giants such as Amazon and Google in the world of health? Those are a few of the issues we discussed with a panel of health tech leaders during a ...

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09.01.2019
22:44 ScienceDaily.comFirst pregnancy after robot-assisted uterus transplant

Research on uterine transplantation is now supported by robotic surgery. This change has made operating on the donors considerably less invasive. After the technical modification, a first woman is now pregnant.

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21:04 Nature.ComHigh levels of auxin signalling define the stem-cell organizer of the vascular cambium

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20:21 BBC HealthPM's pledge to baby Carter Cookson needing heart transplant

Carter Cookson has been given five weeks to live unless he receives a new heart.

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18:58 ScienceDaily.comCancer mortality milestone: 25 years of continuous decline

A steady, 25-year decline has resulted in a 27 percent drop in the overall cancer death rate in the United States, translating to approximately 2.6 million fewer cancer deaths between 1991 and 2016.

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18:24 NewScientist.ComStem cells implanted into the brain stop epilepsy seizures in rats

A radical approach of implanting stem cells into the brain could stop epilepsy seizures at their source, but the treatment has only been tested in rats so far

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18:24 NewScientist.ComBaby chicks could be given faecal transplants to ward off infections

Farmed chickens often carry diseases like Campylobacter, which can cause food poisoning, but faecal transplants dramatically slow the spread of the bacteria

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18:24 NewScientist.ComTop geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing

Following the shock announcement of the world's first genome-edited babies, geneticist Robin Lovell-Badge says the world must agree a set of safety protocols

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16:38 Google news HealthUS cancer death rate hits milestone: 25 years of decline - St George News

US cancer death rate hits milestone: 25 years of decline  St George NewsDoctors say lifestyle change could prevent half of Iowa's cancer cases  KCCI Des MoinesAs death rates from cancer decline, why are some communities faring worse?  PBS NewsHourAs cancer mortality declines, gap between rich and poor emerges  AxiosUS cancer death rate hits 25 years of decline, study says  CNNView full coverage on Google News

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16:38 Google news Sci/TechUS cancer death rate hits milestone: 25 years of decline - St George News

US cancer death rate hits milestone: 25 years of decline  St George NewsDoctors say lifestyle change could prevent half of Iowa's cancer cases  KCCI Des MoinesAs death rates from cancer decline, why are some communities faring worse?  PBS NewsHourAs cancer mortality declines, gap between rich and poor emerges  AxiosUS cancer death rate hits 25 years of decline, study says  CNNView full coverage on Google News

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15:52 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: 'Coaxing' stem cells to form new bone tissue

New research finds out how to drive stem cells to form new bone tissue, and these results could help improve outcomes for spinal surgeries.

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13:28 Google news Sci/TechWhoa, scientists want to use CRISPR to make one spicy tomato! - Fast Company

Whoa, scientists want to use CRISPR to make one spicy tomato!  Fast CompanyLet's Make Tomatoes Spicy With Genetic Engineering, Scientists Proclaim  GizmodoScientists say they could genetically engineer spicy tomatoes  BGRGenetically Engineered Spicy Tomatoes Could Be Created Soon  Radio.comReawakening chili genes could serve up spicy tomatoes  New AtlasView full coverage on Google News

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10:39 News-Medical.NetFirst woman pregnant after robot-assisted uterine transplantation

The well-known research on uterine transplantation in Gothenburg is now supported by robotic surgery. This change has made operating on the donors considerably less invasive. After the technical modification, a first woman is now pregnant.

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09:58 Technology.orgNew CRISPR-based Technology Developed to Control Pests with Precision-guided Genetics

Combining historical lessons with modern genetic technologies, scientists at the University of California San Diego have developed a

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08:35 News-Medical.NetResearchers identify and overcome barrier in CRISPR gene editing to treat muscular dystrophy

The gene editing technique known as CRISPR is a revolutionary approach to treating inherited diseases. However, the tool has yet to be used to effectively treat long-term, chronic conditions.

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03:19 ScienceDaily.comResearchers overcome hurdle in CRISPR gene editing for muscular dystrophy

The gene editing technique known as CRISPR is a revolutionary approach to treating inherited diseases. However, the tool has yet to be used to effectively treat long-term, chronic conditions. A research team has identified and overcome a barrier in CRISPR gene editing that may lay the foundation for sustained treatments using the technique.

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02:42 Google news HealthUS cancer death rate hits milestone: 25 years of decline - KSL.com

US cancer death rate hits milestone: 25 years of decline  KSL.comAs cancer mortality declines, gap between rich and poor emerges  AxiosUS cancer death rate hits 25 years of decline, study says  CNNCancer Deaths Decline 27% Over 25 Years  The Wall Street JournalU.S. cancer death rate hits milestone of 25 years of decline  NBCNews.comView full coverage on Google News

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02:42 Google news Sci/TechUS cancer death rate hits milestone: 25 years of decline - KSL.com

US cancer death rate hits milestone: 25 years of decline  KSL.comAs cancer mortality declines, gap between rich and poor emerges  AxiosUS cancer death rate hits 25 years of decline, study says  CNNCancer Deaths Decline 27% Over 25 Years  The Wall Street JournalU.S. cancer death rate hits milestone of 25 years of decline  NBCNews.comView full coverage on Google News

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00:45 Google news Sci/TechRogue CRISPR Scientist Might Now Be In Life-Threatening Trouble - IFLScience

Rogue CRISPR Scientist Might Now Be In Life-Threatening Trouble  IFLScienceHe Jiankui, the Chinese Scientist Who Gene-edited Babies, May Face Death Penalty, colleague says  NewsweekGene-Editing Chinese Scientist May Face Death Penalty  BreitbartTop geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing  New ScientistChina HALTS gene-editing program amid claims untrained scientist created MUTANT children  Express.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

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08.01.2019
23:49 ScienceDaily.comNew CRISPR-based technology developed to control pests with precision-guided genetics

Using the CRISPR gene editing tool, researchers have developed a new way to control and suppress populations of insects, potentially including those that ravage agricultural crops and transmit deadly diseases. The 'precision-guided sterile insect technique' alters key genes that control insect sex determination and fertility. When pgSIT eggs are introduced into targeted populations, only adult sterile males emerge, resulting in a novel, environmentally friendly and relatively low-cost method of controlling pest populations in the future.

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23:09 News-Medical.NetHealth care industry spends $30b a year pushing its wares, from drugs to stem cell treatment

Hoping to earn its share of the $3.5 trillion health care market, the medical industry is pouring more money than ever into advertising its products — from high-priced prescriptions to do-it-yourself genetic tests and unapproved stem cell treatments.

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22:39 TechInvestorNews.comLenovos 2-in-1 Android tablet turns into an Echo Show clone (Engadget)

EngadgetLenovos 2-in-1 Android tablet turns into an Echo Show clone - At last years Alexa event, Amazon teased that Lenovo would be making a tablet with Echo Show capabilities. Now at CES, we finally know more details about it. Its called the Lenovo Smart Tab, and it works as a 2-in-1 device -- a full Android tablet on its own, but ...

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20:36 Google news Sci/TechIn the eye of a science storm: China's genetically edited babies scandal, and what happened next - Science Business

In the eye of a science storm: China's genetically edited babies scandal, and what happened next  Science BusinessHe Jiankui, the Chinese Scientist Who Gene-edited Babies, May Face Death Penalty, colleague says  NewsweekChinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns  GizmodoChina HALTS gene-editing program amid claims untrained scientist created MUTANT children  Express.co.ukTop geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing  New ScientistView full coverage on Google News

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19:36 NewScientist.ComWe've been using CRISPR for years - now we know how it really works

We can now predict what changes the CRISPR gene editing technique will make to targeted DNA - a finding that will make the tool more powerful than ever before

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19:36 NewScientist.ComStem cells implanted into the brain stop epilepsy seizures in rats

A radical approach of implanting stem cells into the brain could stop epilepsy seizures at their source, but the treatment has only been tested in rats so far

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19:36 NewScientist.ComBaby chicks could be given faecal transplants to ward off infections

Farmed chickens often carry diseases like Campylobacter, which can cause food poisoning, but faecal transplants dramatically slow the spread of the bacteria

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19:36 NewScientist.ComTop geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing

Following the shock announcement of the world's first genome-edited babies, geneticist Robin Lovell-Badge says the world must agree a set of safety protocols

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19:18 Google news Sci/TechHe Jiankui, the Chinese Scientist Who Gene-edited Babies, May Face Death Penalty, colleague says - Newsweek

He Jiankui, the Chinese Scientist Who Gene-edited Babies, May Face Death Penalty, colleague says  NewsweekChinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns  GizmodoChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies  CNNChina HALTS gene-editing program amid claims untrained scientist created MUTANT children  Express.co.ukCRISPR Human Gene Editing Scientist Faces Death Penalty  Next Big FutureView full coverage on Google News

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15:24 News-Medical.NetResearchers develop CRISPR-based method to control pests with precision-guided genetics

Using the CRISPR gene editing tool, Nikolay Kandul, Omar Akbari and their colleagues at UC San Diego and UC Berkeley devised a method of altering key genes that control insect sex determination and fertility.

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14:53 Technology.orgLongevity primarily hereditary in extremely long-living families

Longevity is heritable, but that primarily applies to persons from families where multiple members are among the top

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13:37 Phys.orgNew CRISPR-based technology developed to control pests with precision-guided genetics

Using the CRISPR gene editing tool, Nikolay Kandul, Omar Akbari and their colleagues at UC San Diego and UC Berkeley devised a method of altering key genes that control insect sex determination and fertility.

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13:26 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist who produced gene-edited babies may be executed, colleagues say - BGR

Chinese scientist who produced gene-edited babies may be executed, colleagues say  BGRChinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns  GizmodoChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies  CNNCRISPR Human Gene Editing Scientist Faces Death Penalty  Next Big Future‘I’m pretty sure he’s done it’: UK's pre-eminent expert says he believes Chinese professor has created gene-edited babies  The IndependentView full coverage on Google News

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10:55 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist criticised for risking 'gene-edited' babies' lives - TODAYonline

Chinese scientist criticised for risking 'gene-edited' babies' lives  TODAYonlineChinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns  GizmodoChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies  CNNCRISPR Human Gene Editing Scientist Faces Death Penalty  Next Big Future'I'm pretty sure he's done it': UK's pre-eminent expert says he believes Chinese professor has created gene-edited babies  The IndependentView full coverage on Google News

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10:43 News-Medical.NetResearchers use AI to diagnose diabetes-related eye disease

Researchers have used artificial intelligence to support the instant diagnosis of one of the top causes of blindness, diabetes-related eye disease, in its earliest stages.

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07:51 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist criticised for risking 'gene-edited' babies' lives - Channel NewsAsia

Chinese scientist criticised for risking 'gene-edited' babies' lives  Channel NewsAsiaChinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns  GizmodoChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies  CNNTop geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing  New Scientist'I'm pretty sure he's done it': UK's pre-eminent expert says he believes Chinese professor has created gene-edited babies  The IndependentView full coverage on Google News

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07:30 Google news Sci/TechCriticism after claims ancient Hindus invented stem cell research - Aljazeera.com

Criticism after claims ancient Hindus invented stem cell research  Aljazeera.comIndian Scientist Claims Ancient Hindus Invented Stem Cell Technology and Test Tube Babies  NewsweekIndia scientists dismiss Einstein theories  BBC NewsIndian scientists claim ancient Hindu texts proves the country invented stem cell research  Daily MailIndia outcry after scientists claim ancient Hindus invented stem cell research  The GuardianView full coverage on Google News

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01:16 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist criticized for risking 'gene-edited' babies' lives - ABS-CBN News

Chinese scientist criticized for risking 'gene-edited' babies' lives  ABS-CBN NewsChinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns  GizmodoChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies  CNN‘I’m pretty sure he’s done it’: UK's pre-eminent expert says he believes Chinese professor has created gene-edited babies  The IndependentTop geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing  New ScientistView full coverage on Google News

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00:33 Google news Sci/TechChinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns - Gizmodo

Chinese Scientist Who Created CRISPR Babies Could Face the Death Penalty, Fellow Geneticist Warns  GizmodoChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies  CNNTop geneticist calls for global rules for ethical human genome editing  New Scientist‘I’m pretty sure he’s done it’: UK's pre-eminent expert says he believes Chinese professor has created gene-edited babies  The IndependentChinese scientist who genetically edited babies under armed guard amid fears he could face death penalty  Telegraph.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

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07.01.2019
23:03 News-Medical.NetNew findings from a safety and feasibility clinical trial on removal of senescent cells

Mayo Clinic researchers, along with collaborators from Wake Forest School of Medicine and the The University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, have published findings from a safety and feasibility clinical trial on the removal of senescent cells from a small group of patients with pulmonary fibrosis

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