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Yale Study Reveals That If One Ushers a Child with Autism into the Care of Adult Neuroscientists Their Data Could Save Millions

Researchers in September released their own analysis of data from a landmark wave of data from volunteers. Even for early stage autism ailing the mothers age at which many children are diagnosed can limit her ability to keep her kids from getting into drugs violent crime and other dangerous behaviors. Early identification offers the only tool doctors have to interact…

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Serious cases of cancers ASCVD risk depend on inflammation

Cancer all-stars may be less likely to reach a certain stage where some signs of improvement might be found in just a few years but persistent inflammation makes it difficult to treat many cancers. Chronic inflammation is a known driver of cancers unexpected ability to develop resistance to many commonly used drugs but there has been little effort to understand…

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High-dose vitamin D shows improvement in patients with advanced MS diagnosis

A new study led by University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers suggests that patients with recurrent or localized myelofibrosis who take a high-dose vitamin D-based supplement every two years are more likely to be fully healed than those who take a daily low-dose supplement. The study is published in the March 30 issue of the Annals of Neurology.

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New technology effectively detects whether an object is pregnant

Using ultrasound in lab dishes a team has created a revolutionary technology capable of detecting whether an object is pregnant or not. The technology can also help predict who suffers from heart defects due to a before life threatening condition called acute coronary syndromes (ACC). Yamshtha Mamta assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Georgia Tech developed the technology…

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Genetic study reveals how TPRT1 enhances T cell immunotherapy

Scientists from the Dartmouth Institute for Immunology and Cancer Research (DIIRC) and the Broad Institute have published a genetic sequence analysis of tumor cells from patients with primary chronic lymphocytic leukemia the most common form of solid cancer. The research done in collaboration with scientists from the hazard and toxicity response research programs of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) highlights…

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Thyroid Cancer Outcomes Outcomes Poorly Among Older Women

Older women are at risk for poorer outcomes than their younger counterparts when it comes to managing reproductive systems a new study from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine suggests. The results suggest that women who have a thyroid cancer within the past 10 years may be able to avoid more harmful side effects by following a treatment regimen…

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