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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

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

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

Digital Meds Boost Hepatitis C Drug Adherence

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A system with electronic sensors added to pills helps people known to skip taking medications stick with their drugs prescribed for hepatitis C. . . . → Read More: Digital Meds Boost Hepatitis C Drug Adherence

Opioids Provide Few Pain Benefits, Yet Abuse Growing

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Opioids appear to provide little benefit for patients with pain from osteoarthritis, yet opioid use disorder rates among patients with painful conditions continue to rise. . . . → Read More: Opioids Provide Few Pain Benefits, Yet Abuse Growing

Chip Device More Accurate for Drug Toxicity Than Animals

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A plastic chip device lined with liver cells is shown to better predict drug toxicity in humans than lab animals, including drugs that progressed to failed clinical trials. . . . → Read More: Chip Device More Accurate for Drug Toxicity Than Animals

Trial Shows Nanotech Drug Induces Gluten Tolerance

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Results from a clinical trial show an experimental treatment encourages immune-system tolerance of gluten, preventing intestinal damage from celiac disease. . . . → Read More: Trial Shows Nanotech Drug Induces Gluten Tolerance

App Automates, Simplifies Test for Preeclampsia

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Results of a pilot test show a smartphone app makes a common test for the pregnancy complication preeclampsia simple and more reliable than before. . . . → Read More: App Automates, Simplifies Test for Preeclampsia

Data Trial to Build Precision Epilepsy Model

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A medical data science company is analyzing health data from participants’ smartphones with artificial intelligence to better determine epilepsy treatments. . . . → Read More: Data Trial to Build Precision Epilepsy Model

Artificial Pancreas Improves Blood Glucose Control

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Results of a clinical trial show an automated glucose monitor and insulin pump system provides better blood glucose control for people with type 1 diabetes. . . . → Read More: Artificial Pancreas Improves Blood Glucose Control