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29.09.2022
08:12 Google news Sci/Tech Multicenter, Randomized Trial of a Bionic Pancreas in Type 1 Diabetes | NEJM - nejm.org

Multicenter, Randomized Trial of a Bionic Pancreas in Type 1 Diabetes | NEJM  nejm.orgBionic pancreas better than normal insulin deliver methods for Type 1 diabetes patients, study says  KSAT 12Bionic Pancreas Shown to Manage Blood-Sugar Levels for Type 1 Diabetics  The Wall Street JournalBionic pancreas improves type 1 diabetes management compared to standard insulin delivery methods  National Institutes of Health (.gov)'Bionic pancreas' tames diabetes blood-sugar spikes  Nature.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:51 News-Medical.Net Bionic pancreas more effective at maintaining blood glucose levels in people with type 1 diabetes

A device known as a bionic pancreas, which uses next-generation technology to automatically deliver insulin, was more effective at maintaining blood glucose (sugar) levels within normal range than standard-of-care management among people with type 1 diabetes, a new multicenter clinical trial has found.

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28.09.2022
23:11 News-Medical.Net Changes in temperature may be behind the link between circadian disruption and cancer

Disruptions in circadian rhythm-;the ways that our bodies change in response to the 24-hour light and dark cycle-;have been linked to many different diseases, including cancer.

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23:02 News-Medical.Net Orally ingestible robotic drug delivery device overcomes barriers of the gastrointestinal environment

Oral drug delivery is the most common and cost-effective way to deliver a treatment. But drugs must make it through the harsh, acidic environment of the stomach, resist degradation by enzymes, penetrate the barrier posed by the mucus of the small intestine and overcome many other obstacles before they can be absorbed.

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20:20 Nature.Com CRISPR screens in

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18:13 Phys.org Gene duplication that appears to slow division of cells allows bowhead whales to live longer

A trio of researchers, one with the University of California-Berkeley, the other two with the University of Buffalo, has found a gene duplication in bowhead whales that may be at least partially responsible for their extremely long lives. Juan Vazquez, Morgan Kraft and Vincent Lynch have published their findings on the bioRxiv preprint server.

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17:02 News-Medical.Net Live imaging and cellular barcoding reveal how new stem cells are vetted for quality

Using live imaging and cellular barcoding, researchers in the Stem Cell Program at Boston Children's Hospital have glimpsed how new stem cells -; in this case, blood stem cells -; are vetted for quality soon after they're born.

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11:23 Phys.org Providing 'quality assurance' for new stem cells: Macrophages do the vetting

Using live imaging and cellular barcoding, researchers in the Stem Cell Program at Boston Children's Hospital have glimpsed how new stem cells—in this case, blood stem cells—are vetted for quality soon after they're born. The study, which may have implications for cancer and regenerative medicine, was published September 22 in the journal Science.

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02:22 BBC Health Pumping weights could help you live longer

Muscle-strengthening exercises are important in weekly exercise in old age, research suggests.

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27.09.2022
21:12 News-Medical.Net Novel CRISPR-based method benefits further cancer studies

Researchers have identified a mechanism by which an oncogene commonly activated in cancer patients affects the growth rate of cells.

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19:40 NewScientist.Com Gene therapy infused into the brain eases rare condition in children

A gene-replacement therapy has eased the debilitating symptoms in a group of 30 children with AADC deficiency

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19:13 Google news Sci/Tech Coffee Drinking Is Associated With Increased Longevity - Neuroscience News

Coffee Drinking Is Associated With Increased Longevity  Neuroscience NewsDrinking Several Cups of Coffee a Day May Be Linked to Longer Lifespan in Study  BloombergDrinking several cups of coffee every day can help you live longer, research finds  CBS NewsThree coffees a day cuts risk of an early death, study finds (and it does NOT have to be decaf)  Daily MailCoffee drinking linked with longer lifespan and lower risk of cardiovascular disease  News-Medical.NetView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:23 AzoRobotics.com Next-Generation Machine Learning Tool Detects Mutational Signature Linking Bladder Cancer to Tobacco Smoking

For the first time, a pattern of DNA mutations that connects bladder cancer to smoking tobacco has been discovered by scientists at the University of California San Diego (UCSD). This discovery was...

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14:13 News-Medical.Net Lab-grown ‘pigmented’ skin-equivalent commercially available for the first time

Labskin and University of Bradford team up to bring new science in skin health to greater diversity for skin types.

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13:02 News-Medical.Net Transplantation tolerance associated with conventional T cells’ susceptibility to Treg suppression

Patients who receive organ transplants must take powerful medications to prevent the immune system from rejecting the organ.

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08:32 News-Medical.Net Rational treatment strategies for SARS-CoV-2 derived from human pluripotent stem cells models

In a recent study posted to the bioRxiv* preprint server, researchers in Australia explored the molecular mechanisms of the pulmonary and cardiac complications caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection using human stem-cell-derived cardiac and lung cells.

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05:02 News-Medical.Net Successful implementation strategy to scale-up PEWS for children with cancer

Pediatric Early Warning Systems (PEWS)-;bedside tools used by nurses to assess the health of hospitalized children and identify urgent medical issues-; are not widely used in resource-limited hospitals, in part due to challenges with implementation.

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03:22 News-Medical.Net Study offers support for increasing the use of living donor liver transplantation in Western countries

Demand for donor livers for transplant patients outstrips supply with over 15% of waitlist patients dying after a year.

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26.09.2022
23:02 News-Medical.Net Study finds remdesivir-resistant version of COVID-19 in renal transplant recipients

Recent studies have shown that patients with weakened immune systems—which enables the virus that causes COVID-19 to remain longer in the body, copy itself, and continually change—may enable the development of new, slightly different versions of the virus (variants).

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19:23 LiveScience.com Lab-grown meat: How it's made, sustainability and nutrition

Lab-grown meat is a genetically engineered product that uses biotechnology. But is it healthier than meat reared from livestock?

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18:53 LiveScience.com World's first wolf clone born to surrogate dog, Chinese company reveals

A Chinese pet-cloning company has successfully cloned an Arctic wolf for the first time. The adorable pup is proof that cloning could be used to help save endangered species.

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18:53 Phys.org Structure of wheat immune protein resolved—important tool in the battle for food security

Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research and the University of Cologne in Germany together with colleagues from China have unraveled how wheat protects itself from a deadly pathogen. Their findings, published in the journal Nature, could be harnessed to make important crop species more resistant to disease.

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18:03 Phys.org Multiplex gene editing rapidly customizes tomato cultivars with different fruit colors

A research group led by Prof. Li Chuanyou from the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology (IGDB) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has developed a rapid breeding strategy to generate tomato lines with different colored fruits from red-fruited materials by CRISPR/Cas9-mediated multiplex gene editing.

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23.09.2022
22:43 Google news Sci/Tech Logitech builds Android-powered Steam Deck clone for portable cloud gaming - Ars Technica

Logitech builds Android-powered Steam Deck clone for portable cloud gaming  Ars TechnicaLogitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld Officially Unveiled  SiliconeraThursday Poll: Do You Cloud Game?  Droid LifeThe Logitech G Cloud is already $50 off when you pre-order today  GamesradarLogitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld revealed with Play Services, Stadia support  Android CentralView Full Coverage on Google News

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21:52 News-Medical.Net New UCI-Led Report Illustrates Potential Of Precision Genome Editing In Treating Inherited Retinal Diseases

In a new paper, University of California, Irvine researchers explain how precision genome editing agents have enabled precise gene correction and disease rescue in inherited retinal diseases (IRDs).

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21:42 News-Medical.Net Patient receives region's 1st DCD heart transplant

On Aug. 11, LifeCenter Northwest, the Organ Procurement Organization for Washington, and UW Medicine's heart transplant team together facilitated the Pacific Northwest's first donation-after-circulatory-death (DCD) heart transplant.

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17:33 TechnologyReview.com How we’ll transplant tiny organ-like blobs of cells into people

To the naked eye, organoids aren’t much to look at. They’re basically tiny blobs. Closer inspection reveals their true complexity: these lab-grown balls of cells can resemble miniature organs. So far, organoids have mostly been used for research. But teams have started transplanting them into animals with the hope of curing disease. Humans are next—albeit…

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17:23 AzoRobotics.com AI-Centered Screening Approach Could Accelerate Discovery of New Drugs

Life-saving drugs take decades and billions of dollars to develop. However, scientists at the University of Central Florida (UCF) are hoping to accelerate this process using a new artificial...

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17:20 NewScientist.Com Bowhead whales live longer thanks to mutation that also shrinks testes

We may have discovered one of the key reasons for the extraordinary lifespans of bowhead whales, which can live for more than 200 years

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03:02 News-Medical.Net AI-based drug screening process could speed up the development of life-saving medicines

Developing life-saving medicines can take billions of dollars and decades of time, but University of Central Florida researchers are aiming to speed up this process with a new artificial intelligence-based drug screening process they've developed.

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02:52 News-Medical.Net Newly discovered gene marker may lead to a precision treatment for pancreatic cancer

Researchers at Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a gene marker that may lead to a more effective, precision treatment for pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC).

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22.09.2022
23:53 Phys.org AI-based screening method could boost speed of new drug discovery

Developing life-saving medicines can take billions of dollars and decades of time, but University of Central Florida researchers are aiming to speed up this process with a new artificial intelligence-based drug screening process they've developed.

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23:33 Phys.org Discovering sirtuin longevity proteins in early branches of animal life

Animals on the early branches of the tree of life, such as jellyfish and sea sponges, defy the usual conventions of aging. Some show abilities to regenerate damaged or missing tissues, halt or reverse aging, and in the case of at least one jellyfish species show a form of "immortality." A new study from researchers at the University of California, Davis, and Harvard Medical School takes a detailed look at a group of proteins called sirtuins, linked to protection against cellular injury and aging, in these animals and across the rest of the animal kingdom. The work was published Sept. 6 in Molecular Biology and Evolution.

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23:03 LiveScience.com DeepMind scientists win $3 million 'Breakthrough Prize' for AI that predicts every protein's structure

Makers of the AlphaFold system won a Breakthrough Prize.

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17:53 Phys.org Computer simulations visualize how an essential stem cell protein opens wrapped DNA

A key protein for converting adult stem cells into cells that resemble embryonic stem cells has been visualized in unprecedented detail by an international team of researchers around Hans Schöler and Vlad Cojocaru of the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine in Münster. By combining experiments and computer simulations, the team visualized how the Oct4 protein binds and opens short pieces of DNA while wrapped around nuclear storage proteins (histones), just like in our genome. The results were published in the journal Nucleic Acids Research on September 22.

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16:33 News-Medical.Net Artificial intelligence tools speed up the process of identifying people who inject drugs

An automated process that combines natural language processing and machine learning identified people who inject drugs (PWID) in electronic health records more quickly and accurately than current methods that rely on manual record reviews.

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12:13 Technology.org Robotics Professor Seeks to Revolutionize Heart Surgery Through NIH Grant

Matthew Gombolay has always had a heart for the healthcare industry. When he was 20 years old, Gombolay was diagnosed

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05:32 News-Medical.Net UEA researchers make important discovery about how prostate cancer may begin

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have made an important discovery about how prostate cancer may start to develop.

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03:12 News-Medical.Net Artificial intelligence could help fast-track dementia diagnosis

Different forms of dementia could be spotted sooner and more easily by analyzing recordings of patients' electrical brain activity using artificial intelligence (AI), according to new research.

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03:01 CNN Health Cancer death rates fall steadily in the US, with more survivors than ever

More people are surviving cancer than ever before in the United States, according to a new report from the American Association for Cancer Research.

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02:23 Google news Health Cancer death rates fall steadily in the US, with more survivors than ever - CNN

Cancer death rates fall steadily in the US, with more survivors than ever  CNNView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:23 Google news Sci/Tech Cancer death rates fall steadily in the US, with more survivors than ever - CNN

Cancer death rates fall steadily in the US, with more survivors than ever  CNNView Full Coverage on Google News

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21.09.2022
21:33 Google news Sci/Tech A Consistent Lack of Sleep Negatively Impacts Immune Stem Cells, Increasing Risk of Inflammatory Disorders and Heart Disease - Neuroscience News

A Consistent Lack of Sleep Negatively Impacts Immune Stem Cells, Increasing Risk of Inflammatory Disorders and Heart Disease  Neuroscience NewsNIH-funded study shows sound sleep supports immune function  nih.govFatigue May Artificially Increase Disease Activity Scores in Lupus  Rheumatology NetworkView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:52 Google news Sci/Tech Study: Do night owls live longer? Are early birds healthier? - Deseret News

Study: Do night owls live longer? Are early birds healthier?  Deseret NewsLate Bedtimes Could Raise Your Odds for Diabetes, Heart Trouble  U.S. News & World Report'Night Owls' at Higher Risk for Type-2 Diabetes and Heart Disease Compared to 'Early Birds', Study Unveils  The Weather ChannelEarly risers may have lower risk of diabetes and heart disease than late risers  News-Medical.NetLate nights and lie-ins linked to heart disease and diabetes  The NationalView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:02 MedicalNewsToday.com Mediterranean diet could play a key role in preventing cognitive decline

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15:33 Phys.org Embryo blood cells are stem cell–independent

The fetal liver is the major hematopoietic organ during the embryonic stage. It is generally believed that hematopoietic hierarchy in the fetal liver is established through the differentiation of fetal hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs). This view assumes that the relationship between HSCs and descendant progenitors is conserved from embryo to adult.

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07:21 Rejuvenation Research Mechanism of Thymus Rejuvenation in Elderly Macaques

Rejuvenation Research, Ahead of Print.

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05:52 News-Medical.Net Discovery of novel pathway offers a potential solution for preventing cancer chemo-resistance

Researchers have uncovered a novel pathway that explains how cancer cells become resistant to chemotherapies, which in turn offers a potential solution for preventing chemo-resistance.

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20.09.2022
22:33 TechInvestorNews.com JDIs breakthrough OLED technology eLEAP has caught Samsungs eye due to its longer life span, hig (Jack Purcher/Patently Apple)

Jack Purcher / Patently AppleJDIs breakthrough OLED technology eLEAP has caught Samsungs eye due to its longer life span, hig - Samsung Display is showing interest in an OLED panel production technology that doesnt require the use of masks. A high-level Samsung executive recently visited its equipment supplier Applied Materials headquarters in the US to discuss JDIs eLEAP technology; a technology that could be ideal for future Apple devices. ...

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22:03 Phys.org From the atom to natural killer cell: The story of an unexpected protein structure

The discovery of a peculiar protein structure and the quest to confirm it has led to the description of interacting receptor clusters on natural killer (NK) cells. The study by the research team of Dr. Ondřej Vaněk from the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Charles University, and his colleagues from the Institute of Biotechnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences in the center BIOCEV was recently published in the journal Nature Communications.

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18:03 ExtremeTech.com ‘Lab-Grown’ Dairy Products Replace Cows With Yeast

If you like the experience of drinking cow’s milk but want to avoid it for environmental, animal welfare, or dietary reasons, this is for you. The post ‘Lab-Grown’ Dairy Products Replace Cows With Yeast appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:13 AzoRobotics.com Single Port Robot for Colorectal Surgery

UCSF Health is recruiting patients for the only FDA-approved research in the United States exploring using single port robotic technology for colorectal surgery. Ankit Sarin MD, FACS, and Hueylan...

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10:21 BBC Health Uganda's transplant revolution brings hope to thousands

Until now, anyone needing an organ transplant in Uganda had to travel abroad at huge expense.

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19.09.2022
22:53 Phys.org Researchers transplant the RNA editing machine of moss into human cells

If everything is to run smoothly in living cells, the genetic information must be correct. But unfortunately, errors in the DNA accumulate over time due to mutations. Land plants have developed a peculiar correction mode: They do not directly improve the errors in the genome, but rather elaborately in each individual transcript. Researchers at the University of Bonn have transplanted this correction machinery from the moss Physcomitrium patens into human cells. Surprisingly, the corrector started working there too, but according to its own rules. The results have now been published in the journal Nucleic Acids Research.

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20:41 Medscape.Com Cancer Moonshot Turns Focus to Early-Detection Blood Tests

But if these tests are used more widely, oncologists will need to navigate a slew of new challenges.

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18.09.2022
12:53 Technology.org New test uses nanotechnology, artificial intelligence to diagnose TB in children

According to a study in Nature Biomedical Engineering, a new blood test developed by Tulane University researchers combines

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03:01 News-Medical.Net Study investigates the link between protein intake and skeletal muscle mass in kidney transplant recipients

Conventional wisdom holds that low protein intake is essential for kidney disease patients. However, scientists from Osaka Metropolitan University demonstrated that it might not always be the case with their recent study on the relationship between protein intake and skeletal muscle mass in kidney transplant recipients.

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16.09.2022
19:12 ScienceMag.org CRISPR infusion eliminates swelling in those with rare inflammatory disease

Company reports first benefits to patients from injecting the molecular gene-editing tool into the blood

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04:41 News-Medical.Net Higher levels of microbiota engraftment linked to greater chances of transplantation success

From incurable intestinal infections to metabolic syndrome, from melanoma, to chronic inflammatory bowel disease, such as irritable bowel syndrome, to Tourette's syndrome: many diseases can potentially be cured by Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT), and researchers from the Catholic University, Rome and the University of Trento have shown that the greater the level of engraftment of the transplanted microorganisms, the greater the chances of success of the therapy.

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15.09.2022
18:23 TechnologyReview.com An AI used medical notes to teach itself to spot disease on chest x-rays

After crunching through thousands of chest x-rays and the clinical reports that accompany them, an AI has learned to spot diseases in those scans as accurately as a human radiologist. The majority of current diagnostic AI models are trained on scans labeled by humans, but that labeling is a time-consuming process. The new model, called…

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16:53 Phys.org Can we live longer? Physicist makes discovery about telomeres

With the aid of physics and a minuscule magnet, researchers have discovered a new structure of telomeric DNA. Telomeres are sometimes seen as the key to living longer. They protect genes from damage but get a bit shorter each time a cell divides. If they become too short, the cell dies. The new discovery will help us understand aging and disease.

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14.09.2022
16:23 AzoRobotics.com AI Tool Assists Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer

As per a study published in Radiology, an AI device is very efficient at identifying pancreatic cancer on CT. Analysis of nontumorous portion of pancreas with or without secondary signs of...

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13.09.2022
20:02 NYT Science Susan L. Solomon, Crusader for Stem Cell Research, Dies at 71

Vexed by lags in producing cures for diabetes and cancer, she helped raise $400 million to start a foundation that has made breakthroughs in treating major diseases.

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20:01 NYT Health Susan L. Solomon, Crusader for Stem Cell Research, Dies at 71

Vexed by lags in producing cures for diabetes and cancer, she helped raise $400 million to start a foundation that has made breakthroughs in treating major diseases.

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18:03 Phys.org The blood stem cell research that could change medicine of the future

Biomedical engineers and medical researchers at UNSW Sydney have independently made discoveries about embryonic blood stem cell creation that could one day eliminate the need for blood stem cell donors.

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17:11 Medscape.Com A Million Transplants: System Faces Questions Amid Milestone

While the milestone is noteworthy, much work needs to be done to address the lengthy waiting list for organs, and there are other major issues.

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14:44 Drugs.com Biden Makes Another Push for Cancer Moonshot Initiative

TUESDAY, Sept. 13, 2022 -- President Joe Biden made a renewed push for his cancer moonshot initiative on Monday. Speaking at the famed John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston, Biden likened JFK's space race to his own effort to...

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11:52 Google news Health Biden outlines ambitious 'moonshot' effort to reduce cancer deaths in the U.S. - Yahoo News

Biden outlines ambitious 'moonshot' effort to reduce cancer deaths in the U.S.  Yahoo NewsBiden Announces Next Steps In 'Cancer Moonshot' Initiative To Prevent Deaths From Disease  NBC NewsGov. Charlie Baker, Mayor Michelle Wu to attend President Joe Biden’s speech at Logan Airport on infrastructu  MassLive.comBiden heading to Boston to deliver ‘Cancer Moonshot’ speech  The Washington PostView Full Coverage on Google News

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11:52 Google news Sci/Tech Biden outlines ambitious 'moonshot' effort to reduce cancer deaths in the U.S. - Yahoo News

Biden outlines ambitious 'moonshot' effort to reduce cancer deaths in the U.S.  Yahoo NewsBiden Announces Next Steps In 'Cancer Moonshot' Initiative To Prevent Deaths From Disease  NBC NewsGov. Charlie Baker, Mayor Michelle Wu to attend President Joe Biden’s speech at Logan Airport on infrastructu  MassLive.comBiden heading to Boston to deliver ‘Cancer Moonshot’ speech  The Washington PostView Full Coverage on Google News

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07:41 News-Medical.Net Treg transplantation improves bone remodeling, study says

The building blocks of a structure consist of load-bearing elements that rarely change despite renovations or repairs. They remain intact and consistent over time, but in the human body, our building blocks do just the opposite.

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07:11 News-Medical.Net AI-Based pathology diagnosis tool in development detects 7 types of gastric cancer

Evident, a wholly owned subsidiary of Olympus Corporation, announced the latest results from its ongoing joint research program to create an AI-based pathology diagnostic tool at the 20th annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Digital Pathology.

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04:32 Google news Health Channeling JFK in Boston visit, Biden breathes new life into cancer 'moonshot' - The Boston Globe

Channeling JFK in Boston visit, Biden breathes new life into cancer 'moonshot'  The Boston GlobeBiden Announces Next Steps In 'Cancer Moonshot' Initiative To Prevent Deaths From Disease  NBC NewsBiden heading to Boston to deliver ‘Cancer Moonshot’ speech  The Washington PostBiden makes a passionate plea: 'Beating cancer is something we can do together'  CNNView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:32 Google news Sci/Tech Channeling JFK in Boston visit, Biden breathes new life into cancer 'moonshot' - The Boston Globe

Channeling JFK in Boston visit, Biden breathes new life into cancer 'moonshot'  The Boston GlobeBiden Announces Next Steps In 'Cancer Moonshot' Initiative To Prevent Deaths From Disease  NBC NewsBiden heading to Boston to deliver ‘Cancer Moonshot’ speech  The Washington PostBiden makes a passionate plea: 'Beating cancer is something we can do together'  CNNView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:41 News-Medical.Net Researchers uncover the structure of protein fibrils linked to hereditary form of human prion disease

In a new study, researchers from the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have identified the structure of protein fibrils linked to a hereditary form of human prion disease.

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12.09.2022
19:41 Medscape.Com In a Nod to JFK, Biden Pushing 'Moonshot' to Fight Cancer

Biden seeks to rally the nation around developing treatments and therapeutics for the pervasive diseases that the CDC ranks as the second-highest killer of people in the US.

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16:02 Google news Health Post Politics Now: Biden heading to Boston to deliver 'Cancer Moonshot' speech - The Washington Post

Post Politics Now: Biden heading to Boston to deliver 'Cancer Moonshot' speech  The Washington PostIn a nod to JFK, Biden pushing 'moonshot' to fight cancer  The Associated PressMass. State Police warn of traffic delays ahead of Biden’s speech in Boston  Boston.comTraffic impacts expected during President Biden's visit to Boston on Monday  CBS BostonView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:02 Google news Sci/Tech Post Politics Now: Biden heading to Boston to deliver 'Cancer Moonshot' speech - The Washington Post

Post Politics Now: Biden heading to Boston to deliver 'Cancer Moonshot' speech  The Washington PostIn a nod to JFK, Biden pushing 'moonshot' to fight cancer  The Associated PressMass. State Police warn of traffic delays ahead of Biden’s speech in Boston  Boston.comTraffic impacts expected during President Biden's visit to Boston on Monday  CBS BostonView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:53 Google news Health In a nod to JFK, Biden pushing 'moonshot' to fight cancer - The Associated Press

In a nod to JFK, Biden pushing 'moonshot' to fight cancer  The Associated PressPost Politics Now: Biden heading to Boston to deliver 'Cancer Moonshot' speech  The Washington PostMass. State Police warn of traffic delays ahead of Biden’s speech in Boston  Boston.comBiden to appoint Boston scientist to new agency  WCVB Channel 5 BostonView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:53 Google news Sci/Tech In a nod to JFK, Biden pushing 'moonshot' to fight cancer - The Associated Press

In a nod to JFK, Biden pushing 'moonshot' to fight cancer  The Associated PressPost Politics Now: Biden heading to Boston to deliver 'Cancer Moonshot' speech  The Washington PostMass. State Police warn of traffic delays ahead of Biden’s speech in Boston  Boston.comBiden to appoint Boston scientist to new agency  WCVB Channel 5 BostonView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:43 AzoRobotics.com Brain Navi Collaborates with Metreq Medical Equipment to Expand the Distribution of Surgical Navigation Robot

Brain Navi, the leading surgical robot manufacture in Taiwan, announced a strategic partnership with distributor, Medtreq Medical Equipment, to expand the distribution of the Surgical Navigation...

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11.09.2022
18:40 SingularityHub.Com Scientists Use CRISPR to Condense a Million Years of Evolution Into Mere Months

With its inquisitive eyes, furry snout, and lush pelt, the mouse—nicknamed Xiao Zhu, or Little Bamboo—nimbly perched on a bamboo stalk, striking a pretty pose for the camera. But this mouse doesn’t exist in nature. Made in a lab in Beijing, Xiao Zhu pushes the boundary of what’s possible for genetic engineering and synthetic biology. […]

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10.09.2022
18:13 Google news Health Cancer breakthrough is a ‘wake-up’ call on danger of air pollution - The Guardian

Cancer breakthrough is a ‘wake-up’ call on danger of air pollution  The GuardianScientists discover how air pollution causes lung cancer  Financial TimesAir pollution cancer breakthrough will rewrite the rules  BBCScientists uncover how air pollution causes lung cancer in non-smokers  Study FindsScientists discover how air pollution triggers lung cancer  Khaleej TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:13 Google news Sci/Tech Cancer breakthrough is a ‘wake-up’ call on danger of air pollution - The Guardian

Cancer breakthrough is a ‘wake-up’ call on danger of air pollution  The GuardianScientists discover how air pollution causes lung cancer  Financial TimesAir pollution cancer breakthrough will rewrite the rules  BBCScientists uncover how air pollution causes lung cancer in non-smokers  Study FindsScientists discover how air pollution triggers lung cancer  Khaleej TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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10:11 BBC Health Air pollution cancer breakthrough will rewrite the rules

Research shows that cancers might not always be caused by DNA mutations, as previously thought.

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09.09.2022
03:42 News-Medical.Net Stem cell-derived liver cell model could be a valuable tool for future studies on Ebola virus

Ebola virus causes serious infections in humans and in fatal cases, damage and dysfunction of the liver is often present, suggesting that the liver plays a decisive role in disease outcome.

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03:32 News-Medical.Net Novel 3D-printed light-sensing medical device could help millions of lupus patients

A team of engineers and doctors at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities have designed a unique 3D-printed light-sensing medical device that is placed directly on the skin and gives real-time feedback to correlate light exposure with disease flare-ups.

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03:11 News-Medical.Net World's first partial heart transplant performed at Duke Health

A team at Duke Health has performed what is believed to be the world's first partial heart transplant, with the living arteries and valves from a freshly donated heart fused onto a patient's existing heart.

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02:51 News-Medical.Net New gene therapy approach could help prevent blindness in children with Leber congenital amaurosis

Researchers from the National Eye Institute have developed a gene therapy that rescues cilia defects in retinal cells affected by a type of Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA), a disease that causes blindness in early childhood.

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08.09.2022
23:03 Phys.org New advances in stem-cell derived mouse embryo model

Just two weeks after announcing the development of a mouse embryo model, complete with beating hearts and the foundations for a brain and other organs, from mouse stem cells, researchers in the laboratory of Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz, Bren Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering, have published new findings about another mouse embryo model reaching similar developmental stages, but created out of only mouse embryonic stem cells. This modification has simplified the protocol and makes the embryo model easier to be adopted in other laboratories.

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23:03 Phys.org New approach more than doubles stem cell editing efficiency, researchers report

A Penn State-led team of interdisciplinary researchers has developed techniques to improve the efficiency of CRISPR-Cas9, the genome editing technique that earned the Nobel Prize in 2020. While CRISPR-Cas9 is faster, less expensive and more accurate than other gene-editing methods, according to project leader Xiaojun "Lance" Lian, associate professor of biomedical engineering and biology at Penn State, the technology has limitations—especially in applications to improve human health.

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22:12 Medscape.Com Transplant Recipients Face Higher Risk for Severe COVID

The rate of severe COVID-19 and death among solid organ transplant recipients ranges from 31% for lung transplants to 4% for heart transplants, despite vaccination and therapeutic advances.

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21:13 Phys.org Review paper: Tiny biohybrid robots for intelligent drug delivery

A review paper by scientists at Zhejiang University summarized the development of continuum robots from the aspects of design, actuation, modeling and control. The new review paper, published on Jul. 26 in the journal Cyborg and Bionic Systems, provided an overview of the classic and advanced technologies of continuum robots, along with some prospects urgently to be solved.

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19:03 Phys.org Stem cell–derived liver cells give new clues to Ebola

Ebola virus causes serious infections in humans and in fatal cases, damage and dysfunction of the liver is often present, suggesting that the liver plays a decisive role in disease outcome. Although the liver can become directly infected, it is not well understood how liver cells respond to the Ebola virus, and if liver injury is directly caused by the infection or is secondary to other disease processes.

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18:53 AzoRobotics.com New AI Tool to Calculate Harmful Effects of Medicines

The University of Exeter and Kent, in collaboration with Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust, have headed a study to test a new instrument designed to measure which medicines have higher...

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05:41 News-Medical.Net Insights into molecular structure of protein assembly that plays key role in controlling cristae architecture

Energy supply is a vital component of economic life. And the complex interplay between society and economy is jeopardized whenever core services or key industrial sectors are at risk of failing because of energy supply problems.

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03:11 BBC Health Hormone replacement therapy and menopause: What you need to know about HRT

HRT can help with menopausal symptoms. If you're thinking about taking it, here's what you need to consider.

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02:51 BBC Health Post-menopause HRT treatment to be sold in UK pharmacies

Estradiol tablets help treat the cause of vaginal dryness in women experiencing menopause.

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07.09.2022
23:02 Medscape.Com Organ Transplants Are Up, but the Agency in Charge Is Under Fire

There are troubling lapses in the nation's organ transplant system. Blood types mismatched, diseased organs transplanted anyway, and — most often — organs lost or damaged before they can save a life.

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20:32 News-Medical.Net Transplanting gut bacteria from donors with sleep apnea can cause cardiovascular changes in mice

Researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine and MU Health Care have discovered how obstructive sleep apnea affects the gut microbiome in mice and how transplanting gut bacteria from sleep apnea affected mice can cause cardiovascular changes in the recipient mice.

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18:23 AzoNano.com Nanomaterial-Coated Titanium Alloy Improves Muscle Joint Regeneration

The primary disadvantage of the total joint replacement (TJR) treatment is the critical loss of skeletal muscle attached to metal joint prostheses, resulting in the formation of fibrous scar tissue,...

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