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75-Year-Old Female with Rash on Lower Extremities

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A plastic frame, sophisticated software, and a relatively inexpensive chip combine to greatly increase a 2D ultrasound machine's capabilities.
Movement disorders aren’t always identified as irregular movements. Freezing in Parkinson’s disease (or motor block) happens when there is a brief temporary inability to move. Many patients with Parkinson’s also experience “Freezing of Gait” (FOG), a disturbance in a patient’s ability to walk....

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40-Year-Old Male with Growing Lesion on Back

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The FDA reaches a new milestone with first approved gene therapy for specific adult cases of leukemia and lymphoma.
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Neil Aronin, MD, is conducting studies that deal with how RNA interference interacts with the mutant gene in Huntington’s Disease. The research consists of inserting RNA into a virus that can be injected into cells of the brain that manifest the disease. Dr. Aronin, in his hopes to change the gene,...
Harnessing viruses to target cancer is not new, but the specific use of Zika virus is... and it looks promising.
Heat Biologics has devised a method intended to capture poly-antigens and present them to immunomodulatory mechanisms and revitalize the immune system, allowing it to target and annihilate cancer.
Dr. Katrina Lindsay, PhD, NCSP, of the Akron Children’s Hospital, explains the types of tics in cases of Tourette’s and other involuntary movement disorders. She delves into the types of simple and complex tics, how they are caused, the differences between tics and Tourettes, and how they can be...