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Stimulating a Breakthrough in Osteoporosis Treatment

Musculoskeletal

Stimulating a Breakthrough in Osteoporosis Treatment

Current osteoporosis treatments focus on slowing down the rate at which bone tissue breaks down, a process called bone...

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A Novel Small Molecule with a Broad Range of Therapeutic Applications

Oncology

A Novel Small Molecule with a Broad Range of Therapeutic Applications

Whether it affects one directly by diagnosis, or indirectly with a loved one’s diagnosis, cancer touches everyone. Cancer...

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A New Way to Calm Seizures

Rare/Orphan

A New Way to Calm Seizures

KCNT1-related epilepsy is an ultra-rare, infant-onset seizure disorder caused by mutations in the KCNT1 gene. Some cases...

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Reshaping the Landscape of Anti-Viral Drug Development

Infectious Disease

Reshaping the Landscape of Anti-Viral Drug Development

Influenza A is an RNA virus which constantly changes and presents itself from the seasonal flu to lethal pandemics. While...

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A Breakthrough Topical Treatment for Skin Cancer

Oncology

A Breakthrough Topical Treatment for Skin Cancer

In 2012, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the drug vismodegib to treat inoperable Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)...

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Improving Treatment Options for Lung Damage

Respiratory

Improving Treatment Options for Lung Damage

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases which is made up of two different...

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A New Treatment for Respiratory Distress

Respiratory

A New Treatment for Respiratory Distress

There is a very significant unmet need in treating opioid-induced respiratory depression (OIRD) and reducing time on...

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The Treatment of Heart Attacks: A Revolutionary Approach

Cardiovascular

The Treatment of Heart Attacks: A Revolutionary Approach

In 1970, after seeing a patient who’d had a stroke with an artificial heart valve at the New York University School of...

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