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FDA Okays Celiac Disease Engineered Microbe Trial

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A company making synthetic biological therapies received authorization to begin clinical trials in the U.S. for an engineered microbe to treat celiac disease. . . . → Read More: FDA Okays Celiac Disease Engineered Microbe Trial

Aging Therapy Network Adds $100M to Venture Round

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An enterprise supporting a group of companies developing new drugs to address the aging process raised another $100 million in its second venture funding round. . . . → Read More: Aging Therapy Network Adds $100M to Venture Round

Controlled Brain Tumor Gene Therapy Shown Safe

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A clinical trial shows an experimental gene therapy that controls release of a powerful anti-tumor protein is safe for patients with stubborn glioblastoma, a type of brain cancer. . . . → Read More: Controlled Brain Tumor Gene Therapy Shown Safe

Trial Shows Two Drugs Can Treat Ebola Virus

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A clinical trial in the Congo shows two different therapies made with synthetic antibodies are better able to treat Ebola infections than two other drugs tested. . . . → Read More: Trial Shows Two Drugs Can Treat Ebola Virus

Engineered Bacteria Hydrogels Designed for Gut Repair

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Biomedical engineers genetically altered bacteria that when added to gel materials can be applied like a spray or ointment to help heal intestinal surfaces. . . . → Read More: Engineered Bacteria Hydrogels Designed for Gut Repair

MD Anderson, Drug Maker Partner on Lung, GI Cancers

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MD Anderson Cancer Center and drug maker Boehringer Ingelheim agreed to jointly develop new treatments for lung and gastrointestinal cancers. . . . → Read More: MD Anderson, Drug Maker Partner on Lung, GI Cancers

Spray-On Hydrogel Reduces Heart Surgery Scar Tissue

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A biocompatible polymer gel, sprayed on the hearts of lab animals, reduces the severity of scar tissue that can build up after cardiac surgery. . . . → Read More: Spray-On Hydrogel Reduces Heart Surgery Scar Tissue

FDA Investigating Data Manipulation in Gene Therapy Approval

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The Food and Drug Administration is investigating manipulation of preclinical tests submitted for its approval of a gene therapy to treat a rare disease. . . . → Read More: FDA Investigating Data Manipulation in Gene Therapy Approval

Company Forms to Treat Vaginal Microbial Disorders

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A new enterprise has launched to develop live microbial treatments for urinary tract infections and other diseases originating in vaginal bacterial communities. . . . → Read More: Company Forms to Treat Vaginal Microbial Disorders

Nanotech Vaccine Aids Melanoma Immunotherapy

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A vaccine made with nanoscale peptide particles can prevent the occurrence of melanoma in lab mice, and treat the condition when combined with other drugs. . . . → Read More: Nanotech Vaccine Aids Melanoma Immunotherapy