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World Hepatitis Day: Learn more about this deadly disease

The World Hepatitis Alliance in coordination with the World Health Organization recognizes July 28 as World Hepatitis Day 2014. The WHO considers viral hepatitis as the "world's most serious disease," and it is estimated that 1.4 million people die each year from this...

source: By Joan Spitrey
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Stemedica International S.A., a Stemedica Cell Technologies Inc. subsidiary developing stem cell therapies for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, revealed the first results of an intravenous administration of allogeneic, human, ischemia-tolerant mesenchymal stem cells...

source: Drug Discovery & Development

When clinical staff at a MedStar Health hospital near Washington misunderstood a confusing pop-up box on a digital blood-sugar reader in 2011, they mistakenly gave insulin to a patient with low blood sugar, which caused her to go...

source: Modern Healthcare via Crain's Detroit Business

Creamy-pink and glistening, they lie on a stainless steel exam table — this pair of lungs inflating and falling in a rhythmic, ghostly pattern. At the University of Michigan, researchers are pushing the limits of medicine, eking out new ways to boost the numbers of...

source: USA Today

Harnessing stem cells to cure disease is the hottest topic in injury and arthritis treatment today. By stimulating the adult stem cells found in our own bodies, we can amplify and speed up the natural healing process as well as grow new bone and cartilage to rebuild joints...

source: The Huffington Post

Tolero Pharmaceuticals, a Salt Lake City, Utah drug developer, has set its sights on ramping up the commercialization and development efforts of its acute myeloid leukemia treatment, which will enter phase 3 trial sometime next...

source: MedCity News

Medical researchers have used DNA sequencing to identify a gene variant responsible for causing lupus in a young patient. The development shows that, for the first time, it is feasible for researchers to identify the individual causes of lupus in patients by using DNA...

source: Bioscience Technology

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