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The U.S. spends billions of dollars in drug development every year hoping to cure disease, end suffering, and extend life. The problem is that of the thousands of pharmaceuticals that enter the drug Read More
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A large portion of people managing their type 2 diabetes can’t control their blood sugar levels, in part because they’re not taking the right amount of insulin. But getting the correct adjusted Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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Human cells can tell the difference between a petri dish and a human body. This can make developing treatments in the laboratory very difficult because treatment that works in a lab sample could fail Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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Of the 14 percent of Americans that have some form of chronic kidney disease, hundreds of thousands have progressed to end-stage renal disease and are on weekly dialysis treatments, a process that Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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The number one cause of death in the United States is cardiac disease, which kills more than half a million people every year, some of whom weren’t even aware they were sick. One non-invasive Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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Since scientists mapped the human genome in 2003, the amount of genetic information researchers have gathered is enormous and continues to grow. But organizing millions of pieces of genetic data into Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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New drugs to treat cancer and immune system disorders take significant time and money to identify, develop, and test. But for patients suffering from these diseases, there’s no time to lose. The Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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Treatments for movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, dystonia, and essential tremor range from physical and occupational therapy to medications to deep brain stimulation (DBS). Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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Faulty DNA is behind many common, devastating diseases. Directly editing this DNA in humans is not yet possible, but Ohio-based pharmaceutical company EpiDestiny found a way to treat patients without Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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At a routine eye exam, Kaushal Solanki was told an abnormal retinal scan might be a sign of early blindness, and that he needed to see an opthamologist fast. But even with superb health insurance, Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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On a customer review page, a man leaves a five-star review for the glasses he bought his 70-year old father-in-law to improve his color vision. The man describes his father-in-law’s response: “He Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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March 29, 2021
Women’s health issues have gained greater attention over the last few decades, but we still have some catching up to do. “A lot of the pharmaceutical companies just aren't rewarded necessarily by Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
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