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Engineered Polio Virus Tested as Brain Cancer Treatment

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Results of a clinical trial show a genetically engineered polio virus helps more people with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer, survive for longer periods. . . . → Read More: Engineered Polio Virus Tested as Brain Cancer Treatment

Insulin Formulated as Liquid for Capsule Delivery

Insulin in capsules

An bioengineering team created a process to formulate insulin, needed regularly by people with diabetes, as a liquid, to be taken in capsules rather than injections. . . . → Read More: Insulin Formulated as Liquid for Capsule Delivery

Cannabis Drug Approved by FDA for Rare, Severe Seizures

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A drug based on chemicals derived from cannabis plants was approved by Food and Drug Administration for marketing in the U.S. to treat seizures associated with two rare and severe forms of epilepsy. . . . → Read More: Cannabis Drug Approved by FDA for Rare, Severe Seizures

Univ. Spin-Off Developing Long-Lasting Diabetes Drug

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A company spun-off from a University at Buffalo biochemistry lab is the recipient of a small business grant to design a once-a-week drug for people with type 2 diabetes to control their blood sugar and weight. . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Developing Long-Lasting Diabetes Drug

Cancer T-Cell Start-Up Gains $150 Million in IPO

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A three year-old company developing treatments for cancer with engineered T-cells from the immune system raised $150 million in its initial public offering of common stock. . . . → Read More: Cancer T-Cell Start-Up Gains $150 Million in IPO

Can Clients Put Their Trust In Your Pharmacy?

Starting any business can be daunting. Starting a pharmacy is even more so. . . . → Read More: Can Clients Put Their Trust In Your Pharmacy?

$3.4M NIH Grant Funding New ALS Treatments

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A biotechnology company is receiving a grant from National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to advance its experimental treatments for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. . . . → Read More: $3.4M NIH Grant Funding New ALS Treatments

Engineered T-Cells Tested for Childhood Brain Cancer

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A clinical trial is getting underway testing modified T-cells from the immune system in children and young adults with brain tumors that do not respond to other treatments. . . . → Read More: Engineered T-Cells Tested for Childhood Brain Cancer

115M Euro Grant for Precision Medicine, Trials in Autism

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A new initiative in Europe is investigating the connection between a person’s molecular composition and autism, particularly when other disorders complicate that individual’s condition. . . . → Read More: 115M Euro Grant for Precision Medicine, Trials in Autism

Soil Microbes Yield Rich Antibiotic Sources

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A group of geo- and bioscience researchers analyzed microbes residing in soil under northern California and discovered many new potential sources of antibiotics, well beyond current sources. . . . → Read More: Soil Microbes Yield Rich Antibiotic Sources