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Why are Alzheimer’s and dementia rates falling in Europe and the U.S.?

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The risk for a person to develop dementia over a lifetime is now 13 percent lower than it was in ...
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Vaccines will be in short supply when developed. Here’s a way to prioritize who gets one

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A preliminary plan devised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this spring gives priority to health care workers, then ...
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Coronavirus survivors’ plasma offers ‘modest’ recovery boost for infected patients, small study suggests

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A small study of patients who were severely ill from the coronavirus hints that treatment with antibodies from recovered patients ...
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Teenager’s experimental gene therapy treatment could change the lives of millions of sickle cell patients worldwide

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Meet Helen Obando, a shy 16-year-old who likes to dance when her body isn’t ravaged by the debilitating symptoms of ...
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Should we eat less red meat? There’s no solid evidence behind that advice, dietary expert panel says

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Public health officials for years have urged Americans to limit consumption of red meat and processed meats because of concerns ...
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Bringing us closer to ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ hemophilia treatment with experimental gene therapies

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Scientists are edging closer to defeating a longtime enemy of human health: hemophilia, the inability to form blood clots. After ...
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Genetic crystal ball? Forecasting 5 serious diseases with algorithm that checks 6.6 million DNA spots

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Scientists have created a powerful new tool to calculate a person’s inherited risks for heart disease, breast cancer and three ...
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Why you may need a second, or even third, opinion on your genetic test results

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[Radiology resident Joshua Clayton] sent a sample of his saliva to 23andMe, the genetic testing company. His report was pretty ...
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Immunotherapy as a last resort for terminal cancer patients

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Dr. Oliver Sartor has a provocative question for patients who are running out of time. Most are dying of prostate ...
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‘All of Us’: NIH biobank set to collect genomes of 1 million people to address chronic diseases

New York Times | 
This spring, the National Institutes of Health will start recruiting participants for one of the most ambitious medical projects ever ...
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Immunotherapy mystery: Drugs treat ovarian cancer ‘when they should not have’

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[Four women with rare ovarian cancer], strangers to one another living in different countries, asked their doctors to try new ...
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Why news of cloned monkeys doesn’t mean humans are next

New York Times | 
Researchers in China reported on [January 24] that they have created two cloned monkeys, the first time that primates have ...
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Gene therapy challenge: Overcoming shortage of key and expensive viruses

New York Times | 
Eager to speed development of revolutionary treatments, the Food and Drug Administration recently announced that it would expedite approval of ...
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Why do gene therapy treatments cost so much?

New York Times | 
The first gene therapy treatment in the United States was approved recently by the Food and Drug Administration, heralding a new ...
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Unlocking the past: DNA ancestry tests rewrite family histories

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A growing number of companies now offer DNA tests that promise to pinpoint a customer’s heritage and, with permission, to ...
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Harvard’s George Church: CRISPR could give us pig-to-human organ transplants within 2 years

New York Times | 
In a bold scientific step that helps open the door to organ transplants from animals, researchers at Harvard and a ...
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FDA approves 23andMe direct-to-consumer genetic tests for 10 diseases including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s

New York Times | 
For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration said it would allow a company to sell genetic tests for ...
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Is DNA destiny when it comes to heart disease?

New York Times | 
A new analysis of data from more than 55,000 people provides an answer. It finds that by living right — ...
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Rethinking obesity: More about genes than willpower

New York Times | 
[A] nationally representative survey of 1,509 adults...by NORC at the University of Chicago, an independent research institution...found that concerns about ...
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