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Researchers Discover a New Auto-Inflammatory Disease Called CRIA Syndrome
Researchers Discover a New Auto-Inflammatory Disease Called CRIA Syndrome
National Human Genome Research Institute | Jan 9, 2020
Mutations in the RIPK1 gene responsible for CRIA syndrome
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BCMA-Targeted Immunotherapy Can Lead to Durable Responses in Multiple Myeloma
BCMA-Targeted Immunotherapy Can Lead to Durable Responses in Multiple Myeloma
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine | Dec 18, 2019
Randomized trial shows benefit of belantamab mafodotin in relapsed/refractory patients
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Fresh Red Blood Cell Transfusions Do Not Help Critically Ill Children More Than Older Cells
Fresh Red Blood Cell Transfusions Do Not Help Critically Ill Children More Than Older Cells
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute | Dec 10, 2019
NIH-funded finding may alter policies at hospitals where fresh red cells are preferentially used
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Olaparib Becomes First Gene-Targeted Medicine to Show Benefits in Prostate Cancer
Olaparib Becomes First Gene-Targeted Medicine to Show Benefits in Prostate Cancer
Institute of Cancer Research | Dec 4, 2019
The phase II trial found that over 80 percent of men with prostate cancer whose tumors had mutations in the BRCA genes responded well to treatment with the targeted drug olaparib
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A Novel Method to Identify Patterns among Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions
A Novel Method to Identify Patterns among Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions
Mount Sinai Hospital | Nov 8, 2019
By shedding light on several unexpected disease clusters and their costs, this work could inform new approaches for managing chronic conditions
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For Patients with Sepsis, an Infectious Disease Expert May Reduce the Risk of Death
For Patients with Sepsis, an Infectious Disease Expert May Reduce the Risk of Death
Infectious Diseases Society of America | Nov 1, 2019
Early consultation with an ID specialist associated with 40 percent lower mortality
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Pediatric Cancer Study Shows Usefulness of Gene Expression Analysis
Pediatric Cancer Study Shows Usefulness of Gene Expression Analysis
University of California - Santa Cruz | Oct 29, 2019
Comparative RNA sequencing analysis, conducted across four precision medicine studies, was feasible and potentially useful for 68 percent of children with cancer
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Rare Diseases: Over 300 Million Patients Affected Worldwide
Rare Diseases: Over 300 Million Patients Affected Worldwide
Institut National De La Santé Et De La Recherche Médicale | Oct 24, 2019
Recent study is the first to analyze the available data on rare diseases with such precision
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Blood Test Can Replace Invasive Biopsy for More Patients with Lung Cancer
Blood Test Can Replace Invasive Biopsy for More Patients with Lung Cancer
European Society for Medical Oncology | Oct 1, 2019
A growing number of patients with advanced lung cancer could soon be offered a blood test to help to decide the best treatment
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Trials in Immuno-Oncology 
Trials in Immuno-Oncology 
Sophie Laurenson, PhD | Aug 28, 2019
The expansion of immunotherapies is a key trend to watch in cancer research