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Ibrutinib Plus Rituximab Superior to Standard Treatment for Some Patients with...

An interim analysis of a large phase 3 clinical trial found that the combination of ibrutinib plus rituximab was superior to standard...
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Study Finds Link Between Vitamin D-Deficient Older Adults and Depression

A new study by researchers from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity has shown for the first time in...
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Phase 3 Trial Shows Lanadelumab to Be Effective in Reducing Hereditary...

A phase 3 clinical trial led by a Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) physician, finds that injections of the monoclonal antibody drug lanadelumab...
Cancer Therapy

Cancer Researchers ID ‘Achilles Heel’ of Drug-Resistant Tumors

UC San Francisco scientists have figured out why some lung cancers become drug-resistant after initially responding to targeted therapies. In the process, they devised...
Multiple sclerosis

Big Data in Medicine – Between Progress and Data Protection

When pooled with other patients’ data, our personal digital medical history can help predict the course of a disease and monitor the success of...
Arthritis Treatment

Potential Arthritis Treatment Prevents Cartilage Breakdown

Osteoarthritis, a disease that causes severe joint pain, affects more than 20 million people in the United States. Some drug treatments can help alleviate...
Angelman syndrome

Can Genetic Therapy Help Kids with Angelman Syndrome Overcome Seizures?

Angelman syndrome is a genetic disease with no cure. Children grow up with severe intellectual disabilities and a range of other problems, arguably the...
Peanut Allergy

Successful Peanut Allergy Clinical Trial Results Published in NEJM

Aimmune Therapeutics, Inc., a California-based biopharmaceutical company developing treatments for potentially life-threatening food allergies, published in the New England Journal of Medicine its full results of...
gene repair

By Solving a Mystery of Gene Repair, Scientists Uncover an Exception...

About 15 years ago, UNC Lineberger’s Dale Ramsden, PhD, was looking through a textbook with one of his students when they stumbled upon a scientific...
severe chronic disease

Can Scientists Change Mucus to Make It Easier to Clear, Limiting...

For healthy people, mucus is our friend. It traps potential pathogens so our airways can dispatch nasty bugs before they cause harm to our...
Ovarian Cysts

Less Surveillance Needed for Simple Ovarian Cysts

Simple ovarian cysts are extremely common in women and do not require additional ultrasound surveillance or surgical removal, according to a new study of more than 72,000 women...
Deadly Lung Disease

To Better Treat COPD, Scientists Look to Tailored Approaches for Deadly...

Valerie Chang kept waking up breathless in the middle of the night. As a regular swimmer and non-smoker, she figured it was a fluke,...
fish oil and vitamin Dvideo

Study: Vitamin D, Fish Oil Not Beneficial for Heart or Cancer

Millions of Americans take fish oil and vitamin D because of claims that these supplements may reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. But,...
Chronic Pain

Can Stimulating the Brain Treat Chronic Pain?

For the first time, researchers at the UNC School of Medicine showed they could target one brain region with a weak alternating current of...
uncomplicated gonorrhea

Novel Antibiotic Shows Promise in Treatment of Uncomplicated Gonorrhea

An investigational oral antibiotic called zoliflodacin was well-tolerated and successfully cured most cases of uncomplicated gonorrhea when tested in a Phase 2 multicenter clinical...
cardiac injury

Sensitive Cardiac Injury Marker Could Reduce Stress Testing

High levels of troponin, a protein released by injured heart muscle, in the blood can tell whether someone recently experienced a heart attack. Measuring...
organ transplantation

Nanotechnology Opens the Door to Organ Transplantation Without Lifelong Medication

A new nano-immune therapy that programs the immune system offers hope for patients who, after an organ transplant, have to take many medications to...
Pulmonary TB

Pulmonary TB Can Be Cured with Shorter Treatment, Study Finds

Almost half of the nearly 10 million patients with active tuberculosis each year could potentially be cured with significantly shorter treatments than current guidelines...
Bipolar structure

Bipolar Structure for Nerve Cell Migration

The cerebral cortex is responsible for a large number of complex brain functions, ranging from the perception of sensory stimuli through alertness, memory and...
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Minimally Invasive Radical Hysterectomy May Increase Death Risk in Patients with...

A study by a multi-institutional research team, including Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) physicians, has found evidence that patients receiving minimally invasive radical hysterectomy for...