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Vaccines in Development for Opioid Combinations

Researchers studying the immune system as a weapon against opioid addiction say they can develop vaccines that block combinations of opioids, like those sold on the street. . . . → Read More: Vaccines in Development for Opioid Combinations

Study Testing Repurposed Drugs with Resistant Bacteria

A university team is investigating two current drug compounds for their ability to take on a new task, fighting bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics. . . . → Read More: Study Testing Repurposed Drugs with Resistant Bacteria

AstraZeneca, Biotech Partner on Messenger RNA Therapies

Global drug maker AstraZeneca is acquiring an option to license the rights to a technology based on genetic material transcribed from DNA, for new respiratory disease treatments. . . . → Read More: AstraZeneca, Biotech Partner on Messenger RNA Therapies

Trial Testing Engineered Virus as Cancer Treatment

A clinical trial is underway testing a genetically engineered virus to kill cancer cells, then stimulate the immune system to treat solid tumor cancers. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing Engineered Virus as Cancer Treatment

Parkinson’s Protein Experiment in Space Station Cargo

An experiment to grow a crystallized form of protein associated with Parkinson’s disease is among the cargo that lifted off today from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Protein Experiment in Space Station Cargo

Patent Set for Peptide Nerve Damage Treatments

The European Patent Office announced its intent to award a patent on treatments for nerve cell damage based on the peptide thymosin beta 4. . . . → Read More: Patent Set for Peptide Nerve Damage Treatments

Viruses Removed from Pig Organs for Human Transplants

Researchers in the U.S., Denmark, and China devised a process with genome editing to remove viruses that prevent organs from pigs from being used for human transplants. . . . → Read More: Viruses Removed from Pig Organs for Human Transplants

Peptide Immunotherapy Shown Safe for Type 1 Diabetes

In an early clinical trial, researchers in the U.K. show treatments with peptides, fragments of proteins, are safe and can slow the progression of type 1 diabetes. . . . → Read More: Peptide Immunotherapy Shown Safe for Type 1 Diabetes

Trial Underway Testing New ALS Treatment

Patients in a clinical trial testing a treatment for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, began receiving their first doses administered by the study team. . . . → Read More: Trial Underway Testing New ALS Treatment

Trial to Test Inhaled Insulin, App for Diabetes Mgmt

A clinical trial is planned to test the benefits of managing type 2 diabetes with an inhaled formulation of insulin and a smartphone app. . . . → Read More: Trial to Test Inhaled Insulin, App for Diabetes Mgmt