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Small Populations of Normal Cells Affect Immunity in Patients with XLP1
Small Populations of Normal Cells Affect Immunity in Patients with XLP1
Tokoyo Medical and Dental University | Nov 14, 2018
In some patients, somatic reversion of SLAM-associated protein expression in T cells leads to a mild form of X-linked lymphoproliferative syndrome type 1
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Purdue's Giant Leap Toward Personalized Medicine Helps Eyes Drain Themselves
Purdue's Giant Leap Toward Personalized Medicine Helps Eyes Drain Themselves
Purdue University | Nov 13, 2018
Smart drainage device may help patients with glaucoma save their eyesight
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AI May Fall Short When Analyzing Data Across Multiple Health Systems
AI May Fall Short When Analyzing Data Across Multiple Health Systems
Mount Sinai Hospital | Nov 12, 2018
Findings suggest that artificial intelligence in the medical space must be carefully tested for performance across a wide range of populations
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Hypertonic Saline May Help Babies with Cystic Fibrosis Breathe Better
Hypertonic Saline May Help Babies with Cystic Fibrosis Breathe Better
American Thoracic Society | Nov 9, 2018
The study is believed to be the first randomized controlled trial in infants with CF
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Researchers Use Burn Victims' Own Cells to Regrow Skin up to 30 Percent Quicker
Researchers Use Burn Victims' Own Cells to Regrow Skin up to 30 Percent Quicker
University of Toronto | Nov 8, 2018
Currently, physicians remove burned skin and discard it. They add a collagen dressing to the burned site, and hope the new skin regrows before the patient gets a fatal infection
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Pulmonary Tuberculosis Can Be Cured with Shorter Treatment
Pulmonary Tuberculosis Can Be Cured with Shorter Treatment
University of California- San Fransico | Nov 6, 2018
The new study re-analyzed data from three pivotal TB trials that had failed to show the efficacy of four-month treatments over the standard six-month duration
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Fluorescent Marker Can Help Guide Surgeons to Remove Dangerous Brain Tumor Cells
Fluorescent Marker Can Help Guide Surgeons to Remove Dangerous Brain Tumor Cells
National Cancer Institute | Nov 5, 2018
The research was carried out with patients who had suspected glioma, the most common form of brain cancer
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New Study Takes First Step Toward Treating Endometriosis
New Study Takes First Step Toward Treating Endometriosis
Northwestern University | Nov 2, 2018
Study is the first step in bioengineering human uterus to treat endometrial diseases
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Breakthrough Neurotechnology for Treating Paralysis
Breakthrough Neurotechnology for Treating Paralysis
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne | Nov 1, 2018
New rehabilitation protocols lead to restored neurological function in paraplegics
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New and Better Marker for Assessing Patients After Cardiac Arrest
New and Better Marker for Assessing Patients After Cardiac Arrest
Lund University | Oct 31, 2018
The discovery could form the basis for decisions on continuing life-support treatment