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Stem Cells Help Severe Covid-19 Cases Recover

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Results of a clinical trial show stem cells from umbilical cord linings help patients with severe respiratory disease recover and survive from Covid-19 infections. . . . → Read More: Stem Cells Help Severe Covid-19 Cases Recover

Synthetic Virus Company Forms, Raises $77M

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A new biotechnology enterprise is underway that develops synthetic viruses attacking solid tumor cancers, based on research at the Salk Institute. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Virus Company Forms, Raises $77M

AI Process Devised for Drug Repurposing

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A biomedical informatics lab developed techniques with artificial intelligence to find new uses for existing drugs from millions of electronic health records. . . . → Read More: AI Process Devised for Drug Repurposing

Trial OKed for Rare Disease Gene Therapy

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A start-up biotech company says it received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration to begin a clinical trial of its gene therapy for Krabbe disease. . . . → Read More: Trial OKed for Rare Disease Gene Therapy

Large Covid-19 Vaccine Trial Underway in U.S.

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A biotechnology vaccine developer began enrolling participants in a large-scale clinical trial testing a vaccine to prevent Covid-19 infections. . . . → Read More: Large Covid-19 Vaccine Trial Underway in U.S.

Small Biz Grant Funds Heat-Stable Multi-Virus Vaccine

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A biotechnology company is receiving a federal grant for a vaccine in freeze-dried form to prevent infections from Covid-19 and Ebola viruses. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Heat-Stable Multi-Virus Vaccine

VR Assessed for Job Re-Entry After Brain Injury

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The Kessler Foundation is studying virtual reality as a tool to help people with traumatic brain injuries prepare to re-enter the work force. . . . → Read More: VR Assessed for Job Re-Entry After Brain Injury

Device-Aided Covid-19 Vaccine Invokes Immune Response

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Results from an early clinical trial show a Covid-19 vaccine using an electronic device to boost uptake in cells is safe and generates an immune-system response. . . . → Read More: Device-Aided Covid-19 Vaccine Invokes Immune Response

Student Lab Wins Covid-19 Mask Challenge

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An interdisciplinary university student lab won top prize in a design competition for a new type of face mask to block Covid-19 transmissions. . . . → Read More: Student Lab Wins Covid-19 Mask Challenge

Neuro Device Shown to Relieve Adolescent Migraine Pain

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Findings from a clinical trial show a wearable device sending electronic signals into the nervous system relieves migraine pain in children age 12 to 17. . . . → Read More: Neuro Device Shown to Relieve Adolescent Migraine Pain