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Biologics: The Drugs Transforming Medicine
U.S. News & World Report
Scientists are growing cells in there. Those cells, in turn, are growing medicine. Every two weeks or so, the hot, soupy liquid inside gets strained and processed. The purified molecules that result will eventually be injected into patients with Stage ...

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GeekWire

Regenerative medicine startup Rodeo Therapeutics raises $5.9M for ...
GeekWire
If you could write a medical wish-list of futuristic technologies, regenerating tissue would be pretty high up there. It could do things like treat a…
Lilly, J&J, AbbVie and WuXi help seed a regenerative medicine ...Endpoints News

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The Verge

Prescription video games may be the future of medicine
The Verge
“Brain-training” games have been a controversial topic in recent years, especially after a group of scientists and researchers published an open letter in 2014 saying there is “very little evidence” that training your brain in one area or on one task ...

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Hollywood Reporter

How to Get Concierge Medicine in Malibu and the Hamptons
Hollywood Reporter
Taking this concept to the next level is Manhattan-based pioneer oncologist and internal medicine specialist Bernard Kruger. After 30 years of practice, the doctor (Ben Stiller credits Kruger with saving his life with the discovery of his prostate ...



Biologics: The pricey drugs transforming medicine
San Francisco Chronicle
Conventional medicines are stitched together by chemists in large factories using other chemicals as building blocks. Their molecular structures are well defined and relatively simple. Aspirin, for example, contains just 21 atoms (nine carbons, eight ...

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New York Daily News

Former dean of medicine at University of Southern California accused of holding drug-filled parties
New York Daily News
The former dean of the University of Southern California's school of medicine lived a secret life filled with drug-fueled parties — and in one instance, his young companion overdosed in his presence, according to a Los Angeles Times investigation. Dr ...
An overdose, a young companion, drug-fueled parties: The secret life of USC med school deanLos Angeles Times

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South China Morning Post

Hong Kong's Chinese medicine doctors 'could help during flu crisis'
South China Morning Post
The city's 18 government-supported Chinese medicine clinics could take up to 30 per cent more patients than they are currently, to help with the overload at public hospitals caused by the summer flu peak period, a senior Hospital Authority official has ...
Chinese medicine rolled out in flu fightHong Kong Standard (press release)

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Kaiser Health News

Price Transparency In Medicine Faces Stiff Opposition — From Hospitals And Doctors
Kaiser Health News
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two years after it passed unanimously in Ohio's state Legislature, a law meant to inform patients what health care procedures will cost is in a state of suspended animation. One of the most stringent in a group of similar state laws ...

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Access to key medicine for nearly 2 million Sudanese due to USAID contribution
ReliefWeb
At the end of the project, thanks to the generous contribution of USAID and the smooth collaboration between WHO and its partners, nearly 2 million Sudanese people had received access to life-saving essential medicine. What's more, another 3 million ...



5 Ways Sharks Can Advance Human Medicine
Pharmacy Times
Researchers have been increasingly focused on applying shark science to human health in cutting edge research that may lead to several discoveries in medicine. Sink your teeth into these 5 ways that sharks could benefit humans, potentially leading to ...

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