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The Proteomic Assessment of Preterm Birth (PAPR) study conducted by Sera Prognostics, Inc. has yielded information that led to the development of a test which can help physicians determine which pregnant patients are at greater risk of having a pre-term birth. The PreTRM test analyzes proteins covering...
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Growing genetically-matched replacement organs for human transplantation may soon be possible thanks to our 4-legged friend, the pig.
New research is helping scientists better understand gene modification’s effects on many forms of bladder cancer. Additionally, results from numerous recent studies seem to foreshadow a change of tide in the management of many urologic cancers in the coming years. References Cancer Genome Atlas...
Astronaut Scott Kelly, and his twin brother (retired astronaut) Mark, are part of an ongoing NASA study examining the differences in immune responses to influenza and other pathogens while the twins resided in the disparate environments of earth and space. Biological samples were taken from each brother...
Each month we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.
Can you identify this skin ailment? Take this week's Derm Case Challenge to validate your diagnosis.
New 3d-printing technology from the research labs of Wake Forest University hopes to speed up the healing process for burn victims and patients with severe skin wounds. This modified printer is designed to measure and map the geography of the injury and then “print” the correct types of skin...

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Adult immunity to influenza is very closely tied to the strains of the virus that patients were exposed to as children. This means that older adults might have better immunity against strains that were more prevalent in the ’60s and ’70s, which may be going through a resurgence. New research...