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Scientific American

Biologics: The Pricey Drugs Transforming Medicine
Scientific American
The purified molecules that result will eventually be injected into patients with Stage IV cancer. Drugs that are made this way – inside living cells – are called biologics. And they're taking medicine by storm. By 2016, biologics had surged to make up ...



Medical Xpress

With new ventures to show, MIT Hacking Medicine shares its model for success
Medical Xpress
Since 2010, MIT Hacking Medicine has grown from a one-time event to a global brand, with more than 80 healthcare hackathons being hosted this year, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Quito, Ecuador. The programs are open to everyone, but are ...

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Scientific American

Medicine's Movable Feast: What Jumping Genes Can Teach Us about Treating Disease
Scientific American
But scientific ideas can re-emerge and integrate into the mainstream, and 30 years later, McClintock received a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her revolutionary insights into these moving chunks of genetic code. In recent years, medical ...



The Verge

Prescription video games may be the future of medicine - The Verge
The Verge
A new episode of Next Level explores whether certain video games can improve cognitive function.

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Slate Magazine

Our Unfounded Medical Optimism
Slate Magazine
According to Vinay Prasad, an oncologist and expert in evidence-based medicine at Oregon Health and Sciences University, we don't have any hard evidence of benefit—in terms of patients' living longer lives—for the majority of cancer drugs approved in ...
Pray for Charlie Gard: The cost of socialized medicineThe Union Leader

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Medscape

Price Transparency in Medicine Faces Stiff Opposition From Hospitals and Doctors
Medscape
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two years after it passed unanimously in Ohio's state Legislature, a law meant to inform patients what health care procedures will cost is in a state of suspended animation. One of the most stringent in a group of similar state laws ...

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CelticsBlog (blog)

Celtics consolidating sports medicine and performance staff
CelticsBlog (blog)
The Boston Celtics made some major changes to their sports medicine department by letting go of Ed Lacerte, their trainer of 30 years, and Bryan Doo, the strength and conditioning coach of 14 years. They also released Vladimir Shulman, who has served ...
Celtics overhaul sports medicine, strength training departmentsThe Boston Globe
The Woj Pod - Art19Art19

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International Atomic Energy Agency

Nuclear Medicine Professionals in Africa Trained on Radiation Safety
International Atomic Energy Agency
Despite growing needs, opportunities for professionals in Africa to receive training in nuclear medicine are limited due to shortage of experienced staff, facilities and equipment. To address this need, the IAEA organised a course in Lusaka, Zambia ...

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U.S. News & World Report

Biologics: The Drugs That Are Transforming Medicine | Healthcare ...
U.S. News & World Report
This class of pharmaceuticals is produced by living cells. Here's where they come from and how they work.

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Kaiser Health News

Price Transparency In Medicine Faces Stiff Opposition — From ...
Kaiser Health News
A coalition of health care providers are blocking Ohio's law requiring health care providers to tell what non-emergency services will cost them.

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