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A total of 42 posts are filed under Science
A Thought-Provoking Documentary Offers Reminders to Research Participants
When Robert Shafran arrives as a freshman at Sullivan County Community College in New York’s Catskill Mountains, one person after another… Continue Reading
Going Boldly
I recently watched Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, the movie where the crew of the USS Enterprise travels back in time from the 23rd century… Continue Reading
Getting FCS Providers on the Same Dietary Page
Lauren Williams had a problem. The registered dietitian nutritionists at Cook Children’s Health Care System in Fort Worth, Texas had a few… Continue Reading
Where the NIH Does Its Banking
Biobanks play a critical role in biomedical research, providing scientists with ready access to cell lines, DNA, and other biomaterials that… Continue Reading
Why Doctors Should Ask About the Use of Supplements in Patients with Down Syndrome
My wife is a pediatrician and in better health than I am. She is physically fit and obsessively exercises, which is more than I would claim… Continue Reading
U.K. Gene Therapy Manufacturing Consortium Seeks to Address Barrier to Commercialization
Rare Daily Staff Plasticell, a developer of stem cell technologies and therapies, is leading a consortium of United Kingdom gene therapy… Continue Reading
Study Finds Facial Analysis Software Able to Identify Patients with Williams-Beuren Syndrome
Rare Daily Staff A new study has shown that researchers have successfully used facial analysis technology and clinical information to… Continue Reading
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