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Month: March 2015

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Pharmacogenetic data could be linked to patients’ EMRs

March 19, 2015

Researchers believe that the addition of pharmacogenetic data to EMRs could drastically reduce adverse reactions to medications and other treatments.

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Researcher Examines Specimens Through Microscope

Researchers develop ‘optical lab on a chip’

March 17, 2015

New handheld device can quickly analyze up to 170,000 different molecules in a single blood sample.

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Study finds link between prostate cancer and breast cancer in families

March 13, 2015

The presence of prostate cancer in male family members may be a reliable predictor of breast cancer in first-degree female relatives.

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Understanding Consent Requirements When Performing Research Using Human Specimens and Clinical Data

March 10, 2015

Whether medical researchers are developing new therapeutics for treating disease or new diagnostics for patient screenings, human biospecimens are essential in the development of these breakthroughs.

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Researchers develop whole-genome sequencing methods for in vitro fertilization

March 6, 2015

According to a study conducted by researchers at Complete Genomics, Reprogenetics, and the New York University Fertility Center and published in the journal Genome Research, whole-genome sequencing (WGS) of in vitro fertilization births is finally possible.

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Transparency of research purposes critical to informed patient biospecimen donation

March 4, 2015

The more the biomedical industry seeks to procure human biospecimens for research use, the more important it will be to transparently share research purposes, one study shows.

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‘Marvel’ molecule could be used to block inflammation pathways

A molecule known as MCC950 may help reduce or entirely block the symptoms of inflammatory conditions within the body.

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Genetic testing brings researchers, clinicians closer together

March 3, 2015

Genetic sequencing and analysis is bringing mixed groups of researchers and clinicians together in a way that benefits the industry at large – most importantly, patients.

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