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Expert Feedback Improves Antibiotic Prescribing Decisions in Pediatrics
Expert Feedback Improves Antibiotic Prescribing Decisions in Pediatrics
University of Cologne | Sep 13, 2019
Especially inexperienced physicians can profit from feedback on their individual decisions
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Gene Therapy Helps Functional Recovery after Stroke
Gene Therapy Helps Functional Recovery after Stroke
Penn State | Sep 12, 2019
NeuroD1-based gene therapy could potentially be used to treat stroke, which is a leading cause of disability in the US, with 800,000 new stroke patients every year
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Evidence of Herd Protection against Oral HPV Infections among Unvaccinated US Adults
Evidence of Herd Protection against Oral HPV Infections among Unvaccinated US Adults
JAMA Network Open | Sep 11, 2019
Prevention of oral HPV infections and associated cancers of the mouth and throat is not a vaccine indication due to lack of clinical trials
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A Liquid Biopsy Test Can Identify Patients Who May Respond to Immune Checkpoint Blockade
A Liquid Biopsy Test Can Identify Patients Who May Respond to Immune Checkpoint Blockade
American Association for Cancer Research | Sep 10, 2019
Further research, conducted across a broader range of tumor types, will be necessary to confirm the study results
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New WHO Autoantibody Reference Reagent Will Benefit SLE Patients
New WHO Autoantibody Reference Reagent Will Benefit SLE Patients
Uppsala University | Sep 9, 2019
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a systemic rheumatic disease mainly affecting women in childbearing age, that is associated with inflammatory symptoms from multiple organs
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Study Maps Genetics of Early Progression in TB
Study Maps Genetics of Early Progression in TB
Harvard Medical School | Sep 6, 2019
Findings could lead to better risk profiling, inform individualized interventions to prevent disease onset
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Researchers Characterize Lung Inflammation Associated With Some Cancer Immnunotherapy
Researchers Characterize Lung Inflammation Associated With Some Cancer Immnunotherapy
Johns Hopkins Medicine | Sep 5, 2019
Findings might help predict who will react poorly to certain therapies
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Mumps Study Shows Immunity Gaps among Vaccinated People
Mumps Study Shows Immunity Gaps among Vaccinated People
Emory Health Sciences | Sep 4, 2019
College-aged study participants received MMR as children
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Chronic Cocaine Use Modifies Gene Expression
Chronic Cocaine Use Modifies Gene Expression
Society for Neuroscience | Sep 3, 2019
Findings illuminate mechanism of drug memory formation
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Single-Cell Sequencing Techniques to Overcome the Challenge of Tumor Heterogeneity
Single-Cell Sequencing Techniques to Overcome the Challenge of Tumor Heterogeneity
Clinical Lab Manager | Sep 1, 2019
Tumor heterogeneity may complicate clinical decisions and contribute to drug resistance