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Jan 28, 2019

Triumph out of tragedy: A home screening test for cervical cancer

By Susan Buckles @susanbuckles
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, a time to reflect on personalized approaches to preventing or treating cervical cancer. Harrowing stories of rampant sexual violence and high instances of cervical cancer in the Democratic Republic of Congo spurred Marina Walther-Antonio, Ph.D. to action. The emotional stories of survival and death [...]
Triumph out of tragedy: A home screening test for cervical cancer
Jan 21, 2019

Test offers hope for people with severe kidney disease

By Barbara J. Toman @barbaratoman
Optimal treatment requires knowing what caused a medical condition. If your arm is broken because you fell, a simple cast might be enough. But if a tumor in your bone made it brittle, you need very different treatment. For people with a rare kidney condition—known as focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS)—identifying [...]
Test offers hope for people with severe kidney disease
Jan 14, 2019

Using brain organoids to uncover causes of neuropsychiatric disorders

By Colette Gallagher @colettegallagher
Mayo Clinic and Yale University collaborated in a study published in Science to create a new model for studying neuropsychiatric disorders in early human brain development. This unique collaboration brought together Mayo Clinic’s team-based, patient-centered research with Yale researchers to discover and analyze the genetic mechanisms that may cause these [...]
Using brain organoids to uncover causes of neuropsychiatric disorders
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