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Month: October 2020

Researchers discover new biomarkers for stroke

October 29, 2020

Many strokes are missed when a clinician first examines the patient. That’s often because the classic stroke symptoms – drooping face, numbness in the arm, slurred speech – aren’t as obvious as they are in the most severely presenting cases. Despite less-obvious symptoms, these events can still lead to disability and death. Confirming a stroke […]

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Urgent simultaneous requests for COVID-19 and ovarian cancer specimens

October 21, 2020

If you’re a client or regular reader, you know we’re committed to advancing the precision medicine revolution – the use of massive amounts of patient data to extract new insights about individuals, treatments and prognosis.

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Older research could bring new insights for COVID-19 long haulers

October 6, 2020

Understanding the mechanisms behind the development of mono and CFS may well shed light on comparable mechanisms related to developing COVID-19 and “long COVID,” a condition characterized by CFS-like symptoms (problems with energy, memory and concentration) that endure  for weeks and months after the acute COVID-19 infection phase.

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