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Article ID: 689795

Similarities Found in Cancer Initiation in Kidney, Liver, Stomach, Pancreas

Washington University in St. Louis

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that when mature cells transition to begin dividing again, they all seem to do it the same way, regardless of what organ those cells come from.

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    21-Feb-2018 1:05 AM EST

Article ID: 689883

Primeros Resultados De Ensayos Clínicos No Son Tan Buenos Como Parecen, Muestra Nuevo Estudio

Mayo Clinic

Cuando alguien padece una enfermedad crónica, bien puede poner sus esperanzas en los tratamientos de los ensayos clínicos que, al principio, muestran resultados positivos. Sin embargo, esos resultados posiblemente sean exagerados en 1 de cada 3 de los primeros ensayos clínicos.

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Early Results From Clinical Trials Not All They’re Cracked Up to Be, Shows New Research

Mayo Clinic

When people are suffering from a chronic medical condition, they may place their hope on treatments in clinical trials that show early positive results. However, these results may be grossly exaggerated in more than 1 in 3 early clinical trials, reports a new study led by Mayo Clinic and published today in Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

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Aging, Alcohol and Alcoholism, All Journal News, Behavioral Science

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HHS Region VI Summit at UT Southwestern Targets Strategies to Combat Opioid Crisis

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Officials from five states including Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas gathered at UT Southwestern Medical Center today for a regional summit with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address the nation’s $78 billion opioid crisis.

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Article ID: 689868

Resolvin D-1 Limits Kidney Damage After Heart Attacks

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Lingering inflammation after heart attack can lead heart failure. It can also claim another victim — the kidneys. New research shows that a bioactive compound called resolvin D-1, injected as a therapeutic dose, is able to limit this collateral damage in the kidneys, as tested in an animal model.

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Medicare Patients Nationwide Will Get a Chance to Try Value-Based Insurance Idea

Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

A health insurance concept born from University of Michigan research may soon reach millions of people covered by Medicare across the United States, and allow them to keep more dollars in their wallets while getting treated for chronic diseases such as diabetes, depression and heart failure.

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Preview New Site Design!

Newswise

Take a look at the new site design launching this week!

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