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Castleman disease

Castleman disease: A doctor fighting for his own cure

Dr David Fajgenbaum, of Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania, is working to find a cure for Castleman disease while battling the...
Medical devices

What’s next for the medical electronics market?

From imaging to digital devices, the medical electronics market is growing. Global Market Insights spoke to SciTech Europa about the rise of medical devices. Medical...
cell hands

The cell’s ‘hand’ could revolutionise drug development

Researchers suggest that studies on ‘cell hands’ could dissolve barriers in health research, drug development and bioengineering. Syndecan-4, a protein found in the human body,...
Biotech Cancer

Why are biotech companies focusing on cancer?

Many biotechnology firms focus on the health sector. However, there has been recent growth in the use of biotechnology in cancer research and treatment. Biotechnology...
eye injury

Scientists find a new technique for creating artificial fibrils

Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas have conducted research that may result in discovering a treatment for irreparable eye injuries. Corneal keratocytes are...
Eye health

How Western diets can reduce your eye health

Researchers have recently linked age-related macular degeneration to diets high in red meat, fried foods and high fat dairy. In a study conducted at the...
Movement stroke

Stroke sufferers can regain movement in minutes

Researchers have discovered a way to create artificial neural connections in order to allow stroke sufferers to regain use of their hands in minutes. The...
Changing treatments for pancreatic cancer

Changing treatments for pancreatic cancer

A new study will evaluate the preliminary clinical efficacy of MRx0518 in combination with preoperative radiotherapy in patients with resectable pancreatic cancer and assess...
Neurological disorder, addiction

Creating the technology to disrupt seizures and addiction

A new scientific collaboration will see the production of new health technologies to help patients with difficult neurological disorders. Novela Neurotech, a company developing AI-powered...
human cell

Gone fishing…for microscopic proteins

Using a new microscopic ‘fishing’ technique, researchers have successfully snagged thousands of proteins that are key to the formation of the cell skeleton. Led by...

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