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While this type of personalized therapy is revolutionizing cancer treatment and healthcare, it has some formidable limitations.
The American Journal of Managed Care® Announces Latest Institute for Value-Based Medicine® Meeting - March 20, 2019
This meeting will focus on advances in treatment and management to reduce costs and improve outcomes in patients with diabetes
Two-year follow-up data shows 100 percent overall survival and 100 percent event free survival in comparison to a historical standard of care from a historical control group.
2/15/2019There are plenty of great scientific research stories out this week. Here’s a look at just a few of them.
December 21 Research Roundup: HIV Vaccine, Super-Accurate Cervical Cancer Test, Molecular Mechani...
12/21/2018There are plenty of great scientific research stories out this week. Here’s a look at just a few of them.
December 14 Research Roundup: Lonesome George’s Genome, Alzheimer’s and Prostate Cancer Tests and...
12/14/2018There are plenty of great scientific research stories out this week. Here’s a look at just a few of them.
A group of researchers from UCLA have developed a spray gel that contains immune-stimulating drugs. The gel was effective about 50 percent of the time in stimulating laboratory animals’ immune systems to stop cancer from recurring and inhibiting its metastases.
December 7 Research Roundup: Genes for Dementia, Genes for Obesity, Genes for Tissue Regeneration...
In What Could Be an Alzheimer's Breakthrough, UCLA Scientists Link Specific Gene Mutations to Dem...
12/4/2018Researchers with the University of California – Los Angeles Health Sciences have identified two major groups of genes that, when mutated, results in overproduction of the tau protein, at least in mice. They published their research in the journal Nature Medicine.
EpicGenetics and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) are launching a Phase II clinical trial to test a tuberculosis vaccine, BCG, as a potential treatment for fibromyalgia.
Staying committed to healthy habits can be daunting. We are constantly faced with tradeoffs. Cooking at home versus indulging in a night out.
August 31 Research Roundup: New Brain Cells, Regrowing Spinal Nerve Cells, Stunted Telomeres and ...
H. Gilbert Welch, a health care policy scholar at Dartmouth College, reportedly plagiarized part of the contents in a 2016 New England Journal of Medicine article. The article focused on breast cancer screening and the increased likelihood of tumors being overdiagnosed.
Dr. Lo is a preeminent physician-scientist widely recognized for his work in understanding treatment-resistant melanoma
Pulpdent Corporation, a dental research and manufacturing company, has joined forces with the UCLA School of Dentistry to prevent early childhood caries.
MRIGlobal Immunologist Collaborates With UCLA in Published Study Showing Ebola Survivors May Have Lifetime Immunity
Research from a UCLA Fielding School of Public Health study with collaboration from MRIGlobal concludes that survivors of the first known Ebola outbreak may be key to the development of vaccines and therapeutic drugs to treat future outbreaks.
UCLA and Caltech Study Uses Technology Being Commercialized by IsoPlexis to Characterize Cancer Cells Resistant to Targeted Treatments
The data helped researchers pinpoint the cellular characteristics and pathways that allow cancer cells to develop resistance to targeted therapies, and identify improved therapy combinations.
UCLA Team Reports Positive Topline Results from Double-Blind Trial of NeuroSigma's Non-Invasive eTNS System for Treatment of Pediatric ADHD
The trial investigated the effects of eTNS on ADHD as the sole treatment, or "monotherapy."
Better Mini Brains Could Help Scientists Identify Treatments For Zika-Related Brain Damage, UCLA Study Reveals