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Genome Medical Adds Population Genomics Offering to Enable Increased Access for Individuals Nationwide – P&T Community

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.

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Whats wrong with my son? Wisconsin rejects $4 test for rare, terminal disease – WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

Please enable Javascript to watch this video WISCONSIN RAPIDS They thought their newborn baby was perfect, but a Wisconsin couple soon discovered he had a deadly disease. The FOX6 Investigators found the state of Wisconsin has, so far, declined to test newborns for the rare condition that killed their son

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Autistic people have increased incidence of neurological problems – Spectrum

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

Brain food: Autism appears to be closely linked to headaches. Maya23K / iStock People with autism have more brain-related health problems, such as headaches and epilepsy, than typical people do, according to a survey of twins1. The study is the first to look at associations between autism and physical health problems among twins.

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Myriad Submits sPMA for myChoice CDx with Zejula in First-Line Platinum Responsive Advanced Ovarian Cancer – GlobeNewswire

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Myriad Genetics, Inc. (NASDAQ: MYGN), a leader in molecular diagnostics and precision medicine, announced that it has submitted a supplementary premarket approval (sPMA) application to the U.S

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St. Catherine Hospital Scientists on Pharmacogenomics and Artificial Intelligence – Total Croatia News

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

January 23, 2020 - A Croatian group of scientists from the St. Catherine Special Hospital participated in the publication of yet another remarkable scientific paper, this time explaining the concept of pharmacogenomics testing based on the principles of artificial intelligence. "Pharmacogenomics" is one of the world's leading scientific publications in the field of pharmacogenomics (PGx) and their latest issue included an article titled "Pharmacogenomics at the center of precision medicine: challenges and perspective in an era of Big Data"

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Science Talk – What’s coming for cancer in the 2020s – The Institute of Cancer Research

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

Image: The ICR's Dr Valeria Cazzaniga in the lab With the turn of a new decade many people are looking at the best things that came out of the last 10 years, from films, music and gadgets to the most innovative medical advances. But amongst all the retrospection, others are choosing to look ahead

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Global CRISPR And CRISPR-Associated Genes Market Insights 2019 Thermo Fisher Scientific, Editas Medicine, Caribou Biosciences, CRISPR therapeutics,…

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

Apex Market Research provides market research reports from more than four years. Here we have issued the research report on Global CRISPR And CRISPR-Associated Genes Market Market. The report shows the all leading market players profiles

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How Doctors from Across the Globe Saved an Infant with Months to Live – Healthline

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

USP18 deficiency is a rare genetic disorder that affects inflammation. It occurs in fewer than 1 in 1 million births

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Treating the untreatable – News – Nature Middle East – Nature Middle East

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

A rare, fatal genetic disease is treated with an existing immunotherapeutic drug. Chest radiography after two months of ruxolitinib therapy showed sufficient improvement for weaning off of mechanical ventilation.The New England Journal of Medicine 2020 A three-year-old Saudi boy is in full remission from a fatal gene deficiency following treatment with a known immunotherapeutic drug. USP18 deficiency is an extremely rare genetic disorder that impairs the immune system, with prominent symptoms including respiratory failure, accumulation of fluid in the brain, and inflammation throughout the body

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Hackensack Meridian Health Center for Discovery and Innovation to Host Genomic Medicine Symposium – P&T Community

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

NUTLEY, N.J., Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Genomic medicine's groundbreaking treatments, and its future promise, will be the focus of a full-day symposium at the Hackensack Meridian Health Center for Discovery and Innovation (CDI) on Wednesday, February 19. This emerging discipline for tailoring active clinical care and disease prevention to individual patients will be the focus of presentations given by eight experts from medical centers in the U.S.A

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$29 million for new phase of international Alzheimer’s study Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis – Washington University School of…

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

Visit the News Hub Research focuses on precisely how the disease develops in the brain Anne Fagan, PhD, supervises staff scientist Matthew R. Amos as he analyzes samples for molecular signs of Alzheimer's disease. Fagan leads one arm of a long-running, international Alzheimers study aimed at understanding how the disease develops and progresses.

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Immuno-oncology and personalised medicine to drive pharma in 2020 – European Pharmaceutical Review

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

A survey of industry professionals states they expect immuno-oncology therapies and personalised medicines to continue to shape the pharmaceutical industry in the coming year. An outlook report suggests that industry stakeholders expect immuno-oncology and personalised medicine to be the most impactful trends shaping the pharmaceutical sector in 2020.

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CCMB to host an Indo-US workshop on the topic of genetic diseases – BPhrm Dv

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology has brought the researchers together from both the United States and India, to work together in order to understand genetic diseases and their basis, among some other ethnic populations from other parts of the world to work for the workshop on Human Diversity and Health Disparities. This three days workshop started this Thursday. Researchers will be deliberating on the topics of genetic and also the epigenetic basis of the various forms of diabetes, cancer, neurological and also heart diseases in USA and in South Asia during the meet-ups.

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One Of The Most Common Ingredients In The Western Diet Has Been Found To Alter Genes In The Brain – IFLScience

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

The use of soybean oil has increased dramatically over the last few decades, to the extent that is has become the most widely consumed edible oil in the US and other Western nations. However, its rise has coincided with an alarming escalation in metabolic conditions like diabetes, insulin resistance, and obesity, and a new study indicates that this may be down to the way that soybean oil causes genetic changes in the brain.

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Color raises further $75-million funding – ITIJ

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

Led by T. Rowe Funds and Viking Global Investors, the funding allowed Color to accrue a number of new partners, which now comprise Apple, Verily, Northshore University HealthSystem,the Teamsters Health and Welfare Fund of Philadelphia and Vicinity, and Sanford Health. Color has also announced that it is now working alongside not-for-profit healthcare system Sanford Health to build on its Imagenetics genomics programme, which will, in turn, allow Sanford Health to embed genetic medicine directly into primary care, as well as to implement Colors digital tools to engage patients and streamline clinical reporting within its facilities.

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Foundation Medicine touts concordance ahead of FDA ruling on liquid biopsy test – MedCity News

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

A diagnostics subsidiary of Swiss drugmaker Roche has filed for approval of its liquid biopsy test and anticipates a Food and Drug Administration ruling in the first half of this year.

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Gold visa for Scientific Medal winners in the UAE – Gulf News

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

The Medal for Scientific Distinguishment aims at encouraging scientific competencies in the UAE. Photo for illustrative purpose only. Image Credit: COURTESY EIAST Dubai: The Mohammed bin Rashid Academy of Scientists (MBRAS) has announced the list of finalists for the third round of the Mohammed bin Rashid Medal for Scientific Distinguishment

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How fertile are you? ‘Ovarian reserve’ DTN tests that count your eggs offer mixture of control and misinformation – Genetic Literacy Project

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

The direct to consumer testing market comes in many flavors these days, with companies like 23andMe dominating headlines with their genetic/ancestry tests targeting folks eager to learn more about themselves. Also joining the fray are tests designed to help women in theory, at least assess fertility by counting the number of eggs left in their ovaries

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Psychedelics have ‘extraordinarily potent’ anti-inflammatory power. Is there a place for them in mainstream medicine? – Genetic Literacy Project

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

Research on psychedelics, which have been profoundly stigmatized, highly restricted, and tragically undeveloped for more than half a century, is stirring back to life and rekindling scientific, medical, and cultural interest in these compounds. In 2008, a psychedelic compound related to the primary psychoactive alkaloid in peyote was discovered to exert extraordinarily potent anti-inflammatory effects at very low drug concentrationsin vitroandin vivo. Additional studies have confirmed the capacity of psychedelics to modulate processes that perpetuate chronic low-grade inflammation and thus exert significant therapeutic effects in a diverse array of preclinical disease models, includingasthma,atherosclerosis,inflammatory bowel disease, andretinal disease

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Novel mutations in stem cells of young donors can be passed to recipients – BioNews

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

20 January 2020 A new study suggests that rare harmful mutations in young healthy donors' stem cells can be passed on to recipients of stem cell transplants, potentially leading to health problems. Stem cell transplants can be used to treat some blood disorders and cancers, such as acute myeloid leukaemia (AML), but can also have life-threatening complications such as cardiovascular problems and graft-versus-host disease (GvHD), where new immune cells from the donor attacks the patient's healthy cells.

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