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Month: April 2015


Iceland Leading the Charge in Genetic Research

April 24, 2015

Due to the country’s small and relatively homogenous population, researchers have been able to uncover secrets to new conditions and discover common ancestors of the Icelandic people – but what are the chances of something similar happening in the U.S.?

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Chemotherapy IV

Biomarker correlates with chemotherapy response in ovarian cancer patients

April 22, 2015

Any genetic indicator of response to chemotherapy will help physicians guide treatment decisions.

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Scientist Inspects Blood Serum

Survivin in blood serum closely tied to rheumatoid arthritis

April 17, 2015

The presence of a biomarker indicated in cancer may help clinicians identify and treat RA earlier than ever before.

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US Soldier with Flag

Gene expressions could reliably predict and diagnose PTSD

April 16, 2015

The expression of gene networks tied to innate immune response could reliably help prevent and detect post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Nurse with Patients Receiving Blood

April is National Donate Life Month – and there are many ways to give

April 13, 2015

Despite the increased awareness and willingness of many to act, there are still far more people who need organs than there are donations. April marks National Donate Life month, a time to further spread awareness of this important cause.

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