Encouraging early results in lupus nephritis research using ShK-186
Trial will be one of the first of its kind; based on previous success with immunotherapy for patients with recurring...
Leader in pediatric injury prevention to advise national organization on federal research funding
Electronic Health Assessment could help providers better determine adolescents’ health risks
Space will eventually double capacity, allow hospital to better serve children in need
New drug intervention could improve outcomes for infants with congenital conditions
Results negative for three other children tested; parents strongly encouraged to take precautions, seek medical attention...
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Program aimed at improving the lives of special needs patients while reducing costs
Scientists Discover Area of Brain Responsible for Exercise Motivation
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