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Experimental Drug Prevents Diabetic Eye Disease in Lab Models

According to research, an experimental drug could prevent or slow vision loss in people with diabetes.
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Hydrogen Sulfide-Releasing Treatment May Improve Cancer Therapy

Gas-Releasing Adjuvant Improves Efficacy of Photothermal Therapy for Cancer
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AI Can Diagnose Five Subtypes of Heart Failure

Five subtypes of heart failure that could potentially be used to predict future risk for individual patients have been identified in a new study.
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Druggable Protein’s Role in Obesity and Diabetes Defined

Researchers have identified a novel signaling molecule that could lead to the development of novel therapeutics for the prevention and treatment of obesity and diabetes.
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Personalized mRNA Vaccine Could Be Used To Treat Pancreatic Cancer

An research team have been developing a personalized mRNA cancer-treatment vaccine approach. It is designed to help immune cells recognize specific neoantigens on patients’ pancreatic cancer cells.
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The Pulse: Psychedelic News From Technology Networks Issue 4

Hello and welcome to the Pulse, the monthly psychedelics industry roundup from Technology Networks and Analytical Cannabis. Here, we’ll highlight some of the most significant psychedelic industry news from the past month, including important announcements, pre-clinical work and the latest from groundbreaking psychedelic clinical trials.
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Insomnia Medication Could Help Those Who Act Out Their Dreams While Sleeping

Mount Sinai researchers have published what they say is the first study to identify a new form of treatment for rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder.
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Meet Chinmo, the "Youth Gene"

Researchers have recently revealed that the gene Chinmo is resoposible for establishing the juvenile stage in insects, and may play a key role in metamorphosis.
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First Oral Drug To Treat Moderate-to-Severe Crohn’s Disease Approved

Data from a Mount Sinai-led phase 3 trial published today in The New England Journal of Medicine show that upadacitinib, a breakthrough, once-daily oral medication, helps patients achieve and maintain clinical and endoscopic remission.
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How Science Can Choose Less Stigmatizing Language

Word choice matters—a lot— when it comes to research. That's the conclusion of a new study that analyzed HIV-related stigmatizing language published in scientific literature from 2010 to 2020.