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Seeking to Improve Quality of Life for Children with Dwarfism

Seeking to Improve Quality of Life for Children with Dwarfism

Seeking to Improve Quality of Life for Children...

For children with achondroplasia, the most common type of dwarfism, scientists are exploring new ways to restore bone growth and potentially address some of the major health complications with the condition, such as spinal problems, swelling in the brain, frequent ear infections and sleep apnea. ...

Mending Broken Walls: 5 Insights About Gut Health Helping IBD Patients

Mending Broken Walls: 5 Insights About Gut Health Helping IBD Patients

Mending Broken Walls: 5 Insights About Gut...

Our skin is the most visible barrier that separates our bodies from the outside world. But deep inside the body, we have another critical wall, the gut epithelial barrier, which helps to block pathogens and toxins, while selectively allowing nutrients and water to be absorbed.  ...

Meet the New Digital Assistants Transforming Patient Medical Information

Meet the New Digital Assistants Transforming Patient Medical Information

Meet the New Digital Assistants Transforming...

Pfizer’s trio of recently launched digital assistants, Medibot in the US, Fabi in Brazil and Maibo in Japan, make it easier for patients and healthcare providers to access medical information. ...

Taking a New Tack for Next-Generation IBD Treatments

Taking a New Tack for Next-Generation IBD Treatments

Taking a New Tack for Next-Generation IBD...

When biologics to treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) were first released over two decades ago, they greatly improved quality of life for many patients. But these first-generation therapies have their shortcomings. Fewer than half of patients treated with these inflammation-blocking drugs will...

Breakthroughs that change patients’ lives

Breakthroughs that change patients’ lives

Breakthroughs that change patients’ lives

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The Table of Everything: A Scientist’s Quest to Make Human Genetic Data More User-Friendly

The Table of Everything: A Scientist’s Quest to Make Human Genetic Data More User-Friendly

The Table of Everything: A Scientist’s Quest to...

Since the human genome was first sequenced in 2003, scientists have collected a wealth of genetic information that could potentially be used to help create new medicines. Remarkably, as sequencing technology gets faster and cheaper, the amount of human genetic data now doubles every seven months....

How RNA Technology Could Revolutionize Vaccine Production

How RNA Technology Could Revolutionize Vaccine Production

How RNA Technology Could Revolutionize Vaccine...

Every year, millions of people get the flu shot. Although the vaccine provides protection for many people, some people still get the flu, in part, because the influenza vaccine production cycle starts at least six months in advance of the flu season. And while the World Health Organization’s...

Partnering to Turn the 'Undruggable' into Promising Targets

Partnering to Turn the 'Undruggable' into Promising Targets

Partnering to Turn the 'Undruggable' into...

In the world of drug discovery, “undruggable” targets are like the stubborn children of biology, proteins that are considered too challenging to bind with conventional molecules. With the rapid pace of scientific advancement, however, the “undruggable” targets of yesterday now represent a...

The Winding Road to Discovery: How Unexpected Data Led to Novel Insights into Cancer Treatment

The Winding Road to Discovery: How Unexpected Data Led to Novel Insights into Cancer Treatment

The Winding Road to Discovery: How Unexpected...

The path to discovery rarely follows a straight line. ...

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