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Major US Study Will Examine Precision Medicine
WebMD
A groundbreaking study that will examine the interaction between people's genes, environments and lifestyles is being launched by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). The "All of Us" study will focus on precision medicine, which uses traits ...

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The Guardian

Immunotherapy has changed cancer medicine. But it's no miracle cure
The Guardian
In medicine, choosing the right patient is as important as selecting a great drug. Over a thousand immunotherapy trials are under way but researchers fear that they are fuelled less by promising evidence than by the urgency of drug companies to produce ...



MIT Technology Review

Gulp. These Volunteers Are Swallowing E. Coli Pills to Help Medicine
MIT Technology Review
Biologists are genetically modifying the DNA of stomach bacteria so they act like living drugs. by Antonio Regalado; September 26, 2017; E. coli bacteria as seen through a microscope. Somewhere in Baltimore, volunteers are gulping capsules filled with ...



Florida Times-Union

UF Health Jacksonville dean of medicine Leon L. Haley Jr. becomes ...
Florida Times-Union
Leon L. Haley Jr., who joined UF Health Jacksonville as dean of the University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville last January, will become UF Health ...

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Pew Research Center

Shows on crime, medicine make working in science look good, say ...
Pew Research Center
Many Americans are exposed to science through TV and movies, and they come away with a positive impression of working in science, technology and ...

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WFXG.com

Augusta University Sports Medicine partnering with local high schools
WFXG.com
The Jaguar Sports Medicine's Richmond County Outreach Program provides each of the local high schools—except for magnet schools—with a full-time athletic trainer. The athletic trainer will administer care during team practices and games as well as ...



Scope (blog)

What history can teach us about medicine: A Q&A with a Stanford medical student
Scope (blog)
This is what motivated me to develop the upcoming lunch series on the history of science and medicine, which I created with the support of the Biomedical Ethics and Medical Humanities Scholarly Concentration, particularly Audrey Shafer, MD, and my ...



NewsOK.com

Doctors struggling to get patients to take their medicine
NewsOK.com
For many patients, taking medicine to stay healthy reinforces the idea that they're sick, which can be especially troubling for people with diseases that are traumatic, stigmatized or painful. No one wants to dwell on their illness, but with each pill ...



MetroWest Daily News

Substance in Milford man's pocket medicine, not meth, lawyer says
MetroWest Daily News
A lawyer told a Framingham District Court judge the bundles of aluminum foil found in his client's pockets on Saturday contained holistic medicine for an internal ...

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STAT

You've heard about precision medicine. Now get ready for precision drug ads
STAT
he drug industry spends billions each year to promote its medicines to the masses, blanketing popular TV shows 1 and magazines with ads. Now, digital companies are increasingly trying to pry away a share of that money for ads that target specific ...


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