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Biotech, NIH Partner on Opioid Alternative Discovery

Pills and dollar bill

A company creating human tissue samples from stem cells is partnering with National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, or NCATS, to help find new alternatives to opioid drugs. . . . → Read More: Biotech, NIH Partner on Opioid Alternative Discovery

Trial Tests Diabetes Drug for Smoking Cessation

Luba Yammine and Joy Schmitz

A clinical trial began enrolling participants to test the ability of a drug approved for treating diabetes, to also help people stop smoking cigarettes . . . → Read More: Trial Tests Diabetes Drug for Smoking Cessation

DNA Nanoscale Capsules Designed for Drug Delivery

DNA illustration

Researchers in Finland developed tiny drug-delivery capsules made of folded pieces of DNA, with the capsules opening and closing in specified chemical environments. . . . → Read More: DNA Nanoscale Capsules Designed for Drug Delivery

Infographic – U.S. Leads in Unvaccinated for Measles

Chart: Unvaccinated children

New statistics from Unicef show far more children in the U.S. did not receive their first measles vaccine dose between 2010 and 2017 than children in other countries. . . . → Read More: Infographic – U.S. Leads in Unvaccinated for Measles

Crispr Made More Immune-System Safe

Crispr-Cas9 illustration

Researchers at Arizona State University created a process to make the genome editing technique Crispr less likely to cause an immune system reaction in patients. . . . → Read More: Crispr Made More Immune-System Safe

Tissue Chip Experiments Set for Space Station

Astronaut with tissue chip

A collection of 4 new tissue chip experiments are among the payloads to be sent next week to the International Space Station or ISS. . . . → Read More: Tissue Chip Experiments Set for Space Station

Precision Medicine Tested for Combination Cancer Therapies

Cancer magnified

Results from a clinical trial show precision medicine, where the genomic nature of tumors guides the choice of treatment, can identify a combination of cancer therapies with better outcomes for patients. . . . → Read More: Precision Medicine Tested for Combination Cancer Therapies

Gel Boosts T-Cells for Cancer Treatments

T-cells illustration

A biomedical engineering team devised techniques using a gel to produce more engineered T-cells, which in lab mice stopped the growth of tumors. . . . → Read More: Gel Boosts T-Cells for Cancer Treatments

Patent Awarded for Engineered T-Cell Cancer Therapy

Human T-cell

An experimental treatment using a person’s modified T-cells from the immune system to attack solid tumor cancers received a U.S. patent. . . . → Read More: Patent Awarded for Engineered T-Cell Cancer Therapy

Human Heart 3-D Printed from Patient Cells

3-D printed heart

A biomedical engineering team printed a three-dimensional scale model of a human heart, including blood vessels, from cells donated by a living person. . . . → Read More: Human Heart 3-D Printed from Patient Cells