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Nasal Spray Vaccines Get CEPI, NIH Funding

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A developer of infectious disease vaccines is gaining funds for new nasal sprays protecting against a range of coronaviruses and the sexually-transmitted disease gonorrhea. . . . → Read More: Nasal Spray Vaccines Get CEPI, NIH Funding

NIH Funds Decentralized Rare Disease Data Network

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A start-up company is building a secure decentralized network of genomic and other medical data on rare diseases, funded by a fast-track award from an NIH agency. . . . → Read More: NIH Funds Decentralized Rare Disease Data Network

Exec. Order Aims to Boost U.S. Biotech, Manufacturing

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An executive order issued by President Joe Biden yesterday seeks to make biotechnology and biomanufacturing a centerpiece of the American economy. . . . → Read More: Exec. Order Aims to Boost U.S. Biotech, Manufacturing

Trial to Test Smart Watch to Guide Blood Thinners

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A clinical trial is planned to test heart rhythms measured with an Apple smart watch to guide use of blood thinning medicines in people with irregular heartbeat. . . . → Read More: Trial to Test Smart Watch to Guide Blood Thinners

Women’s Health Companies Partner on New Contraceptive

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Two companies working in women’s reproductive health are developing a new non-hormonal contraceptive that works in cervical mucous membranes. . . . → Read More: Women’s Health Companies Partner on New Contraceptive

Small Biz Grant Funds Non-Viral Gene Editing Delivery

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National Institutes of Health is financing a delivery method for gene-editing therapies to blood-forming stem cells with natural lipid bubbles instead of viruses. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Non-Viral Gene Editing Delivery

NIH Funding Engineered Phage Screening Device

National Institutes of Health is funding initial development of a microfluidic device that tests engineered viruses for their ability to kill disease-causing bacteria. . . . → Read More: NIH Funding Engineered Phage Screening Device

FDA Issues Action Plan for Rare Neuro Diseases

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The Food and Drug Administration published its blueprint to encourage new treatments for rare neurodegenerative disorders, including ALS. . . . → Read More: FDA Issues Action Plan for Rare Neuro Diseases

Small Biz Grant Funds Mental Health App Clinical Trial

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National Institute of Mental Health is funding a clinical trial to evaluate a home-based mobile app that works online with a clinician to treat depression. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Mental Health App Clinical Trial

Trial Begins for Skin-Implanted Addiction Therapy

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A clinical trial is underway testing a therapy for opioid use disorder that places a treatment drug pellet under the skin lasting for 12 weeks. . . . → Read More: Trial Begins for Skin-Implanted Addiction Therapy