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Stem Cell Clinics Found Marketing in ClinicalTrials.gov

A review of entries in the U.S. government’s clinical trial registry shows commercial stem cell clinics are using the respected database to promote their services. . . . → Read More: Stem Cell Clinics Found Marketing in ClinicalTrials.gov

Immigration Crackdown “a Disaster” for U.S. Science

A panel of research executives from American universities said the current hostility to immigration in the U.S. is causing fear among many researchers and could have a serious impact on science. . . . → Read More: Immigration Crackdown “a Disaster” for U.S. Science

NIH Supporting App That Helps Opioid Therapies

A company making game-style mobile apps to help therapies for opioid and other substance abuse is receiving R&D support from National Institutes of Health. . . . → Read More: NIH Supporting App That Helps Opioid Therapies

Smartphone Data Reveal Physical Activity Worldwide

A data science team tapped into smartphones of more than 717,000 people worldwide to capture the number of steps they take each day as an indicator of physical activity. . . . → Read More: Smartphone Data Reveal Physical Activity Worldwide

NIH Funds Nanotech Tools for Cancer, Blood Clots

A bioengineering lab is receiving awards from National Institutes of Health to apply nanotechnology to treatments for breast cancer and diagnostics for deep vein blood clots. . . . → Read More: NIH Funds Nanotech Tools for Cancer, Blood Clots

Second Trial Approved for Cancer Pain Drug

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new clinical trial to test the efficacy and safety of an experimental drug designed to relieve stubborn chronic pain associated with cancer. . . . → Read More: Second Trial Approved for Cancer Pain Drug

Organ Chips to be Studied on Space Station

A range of biological functions will be assessed with model organs on plastic chips in a series of experiments on the International Space Station. . . . → Read More: Organ Chips to be Studied on Space Station

Research, Medical Groups Join Science March

A collection of 25 organizations representing a range of medical research and practice disciplines announced their participation in the March for Science set for Saturday, 22 April. . . . → Read More: Research, Medical Groups Join Science March

NIH Funds Drug-Resistant Malaria Therapy Trial

An agency of National Institutes of Health is funding a clinical trial of a new malaria drug engineered to overcome resistance developed to earlier treatments. . . . → Read More: NIH Funds Drug-Resistant Malaria Therapy Trial

Zika DNA Vaccine Begins Clinical Trial

A new clinical trial is underway testing a Zika vaccine that uses genetically-engineered DNA to generate an immune response against the disease. . . . → Read More: Zika DNA Vaccine Begins Clinical Trial