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Month: August 2020

‘ALS on a Chip’ to Potentially Improve Personalized Medicine

August 27, 2020

A University of Central Florida research lab has developed “human-on-a-chip” technology that can be used to help assess the potential of new personalized therapy candidates for ALS.

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Researcher holding a human biofluid sample

COVID-19 updates: Vaccine development, obesity worries, and plasma therapy

August 18, 2020

There’s a lot of news on COVID-19 (as always). First, some very good news: Vaccine development is progressing at a surprisingly brisk pace, with researchers arriving at phase 3 trials in six months, instead of years, raising the possibility of an approved vaccine faster than ever.

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Alzheimer's patient

New experimental blood test could transform Alzheimer’s diagnosis

August 6, 2020

Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have developed a potentially breakthrough blood test for Alzheimer’s disease, a debilitating and hard-to-diagnose condition that robs patients of their memory and independent function. If and when it’s approved for general use, the new experimental test could provide a quicker, cheaper, more widely available and more definitive way to diagnose the agonizing condition.

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