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DNA Origami Nano-Tool Provides Important Clue to Cancer

July 7, 2014 1:38 pm | by Karolinska Institutet | Comments

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have headed a study that provides new knowledge about the EphA2 receptor, which is significant in several forms of cancer. This is important knowledge in itself – but just as important is how...

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Infographic: Insulin Pumps Beat Injections in Type 2 Diabetes Management

July 7, 2014 11:17 am | by Medtronic | Comments

In the OpT2mise trial, those using insulin pumps achieved a mean A1C (average blood glucose) reduction of 1.1 percent compared to only a 0.4 percent reduction by those using multiple daily injections. This improvement in glucose control was...

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Type 2 Diabetes Patients Achieve Superior Outcomes with Insulin Pumps vs. Multiple Daily Injections

July 7, 2014 11:17 am | by Medtronic | Comments

As an example of its commitment to improving clinical outcomes for all people with diabetes, Medtronic, Inc. has announced the results of the OpT2mise trial, which showed that MiniMed insulin pumps safely achieve better glucose control for...

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New Insights on Conditions for New Blood Vessel Formation

July 7, 2014 10:22 am | by University of Pennsylvania | Comments

Angiogenesis, the sprouting of new blood vessels from pre-existing ones, is essential to the body's development. As organs grow, vascular networks must grow with them to feed new cells and remove their waste. The same process, however, also...

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'Nanojuice' Could Improve How Doctors Examine the Gut

July 7, 2014 10:11 am | by University at Buffalo | Comments

Located deep in the human gut, the small intestine is not easy to examine. X-rays, MRIs and ultrasound images provide snapshots but each suffers limitations. Help is on the way. University at Buffalo researchers are developing a new imaging...

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Tool Helps Guide Brain Cancer Surgery

July 7, 2014 10:06 am | by Elizabeth K. Gardner, Purdue | Comments

A tool to help brain surgeons test and more precisely remove cancerous tissue was successfully used during surgery, according to a Purdue University and Brigham and Women's Hospital study. The Purdue-designed tool sprays a microscopic stream...

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Photos of the Day: Take a Look at the Future of Brain Imaging

July 7, 2014 9:57 am | by GE Reports | Comments

Three decades ago, engineers at GE research labs in Niskayuna, NY, built one of the first magnetic resonance machines and peered inside a colleague’s head. The result was the world’s first MRI image of the human brain. “This was an exciting...

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Size Matters In Capsule Endoscopy

July 7, 2014 9:42 am | by Coto Technology | Comments

No longer must men and women choose between the discomfort and humility of the physician's endoscope or risk the dangers of poor colorectal health. Advances in medical diagnostics and electronic miniaturization have led to the development...

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Noninvasive Advanced Image Analysis Could Lead to Better Patient Care

July 7, 2014 9:00 am | by The Translational Genomics Research Institute | Comments

Lung cancer patients could receive more precise treatment, and their progress could be better tracked, using a new high-tech method of non-invasive medical imaging analysis, according to a study published today by the journal PLOS ONE. Genetic...

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UTSA Research May Help Prevent Eye Injuries Among Soldiers

July 7, 2014 8:56 am | by K.C. Gonzalez, UTSA | Comments

Researchers at UTSA are discovering that the current protective eyewear used by our U.S. armed forces might not be adequate to protect soldiers exposed to explosive blasts. According to a recent study, ocular injuries now account for 13...

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80% of Smartphone Users Interested in Interacting with Healthcare Providers via Device

July 2, 2014 3:53 pm | by FICO | Comments

A global survey by FICO, a leading predictive analytics and decision management software company, has revealed that 80 percent of people would like the option to use their smartphones to interact with healthcare providers. These organizations...

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Tiny Submarines Make Cell Delivery

July 2, 2014 3:44 pm | by Marie Guma-Diaz, University of Miami | Comments

With the need for very small devices in therapeutic applications continuing to grow, demand for the development of nanoparticles that can transport and deliver drugs to target cells in the human body is reaching new heights. Recently, a team...

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Seeing Your True Colors: Standards for Hyperspectral Imaging

July 2, 2014 3:35 pm | by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) | Comments

Today, doctors who really want to see if a wound is healing have to do a biopsy or some other invasive technique that, besides injuring an already injured patient, can really only offer information about a small area. But a technology called...

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Researchers Regrow Corneas from an Adult Human Stem Cell

July 2, 2014 3:17 pm | by Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary | Comments

Boston researchers have identified a way to enhance regrowth of human corneal tissue to restore vision, using a molecule known as ABCB5 that acts as a marker for hard-to-find limbal stem cells. This work, a collaboration between the...   

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Implantable Ring Shows Promise for HIV Prevention

July 2, 2014 3:05 pm | by American Society for Microbiology | Comments

A novel intravaginal ring implanted with anti-retroviral drug tablets, or pods, demonstrated sustained and controlled drug release and safety over 28 days, according to a paper published ahead of print in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy...

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