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Retail Clinics Offer A.I.-Enabled Eye Diagnostics

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A chain of primary care clinics in grocery stores is adding diagnostics using artificial intelligence to detect an eye disorder resulting from type 2 diabetes. . . . → Read More: Retail Clinics Offer A.I.-Enabled Eye Diagnostics

First Blood Disorder Crispr Treatments Reported

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Early results from a clinical trial testing gene editing treatments for inherited blood disorders show the treatments helped patients improve their conditions. . . . → Read More: First Blood Disorder Crispr Treatments Reported

Consortium to Advance A.I. in Longevity Research

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A group of academic, foundation, and business organizations are collaborating on the use of artificial intelligence in research on extending life spans. . . . → Read More: Consortium to Advance A.I. in Longevity Research

Medicare Buy-In Lowers Costs for Some, Raises Others’ Costs

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A plan allowing Americans to opt into Medicare at age 50 would lower insurance premiums for those age 50 to 64, but raise premiums for some younger people. . . . → Read More: Medicare Buy-In Lowers Costs for Some, Raises Others’ Costs

Update – Enrollment Opens in Apple Medical Studies

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Three medical research studies using Apple iPhones and watches as data collection devices are now available for enrollment with the company’s Research app. . . . → Read More: Update – Enrollment Opens in Apple Medical Studies

Anti-Vaccine Groups More Adept at Facebook Ads

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A review of advertisements about vaccinations shows a few groups took advantage of Facebook’s advertising policies to spread vaccine misinformation. . . . → Read More: Anti-Vaccine Groups More Adept at Facebook Ads

T-Cells Engineered to Release Anti-Cancer Proteins

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A biotechnology company is developing modified immune system cells programmed to sense and respond to cancer cells with targeted therapeutic proteins. . . . → Read More: T-Cells Engineered to Release Anti-Cancer Proteins

Polymer-Coated Microparticles Boost Food Nutrition

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An engineering team designed a process for adding and protecting tiny particles of nutrients in foods, boosting their nutritional value even when cooked. . . . → Read More: Polymer-Coated Microparticles Boost Food Nutrition

Safety Reports Analyzed with A.I. to Reduce Medical Errors

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Research is underway to write algorithms for analyzing free text and other unstructured data in safety report databases to reduce medical errors. . . . → Read More: Safety Reports Analyzed with A.I. to Reduce Medical Errors

Spray Fiber Process Designed for Wound Bandages

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An engineering team created a portable device that in lab tests sprays bio-compatible fibers on simulated wound surfaces to promote healing. . . . → Read More: Spray Fiber Process Designed for Wound Bandages