The next generation in precision medicine has arrived as the machine learning gurus at Reverie Labs quickly identify potential drug candidates for clinical trials.
Researchers expect 90% of patients receiving the vaccine to successfully develop an immune response strong enough to ward off a recurrence of their cancer.
Researchers hope to do away with hip and knee replacements by rejuvenating cartilage before it becomes badly degraded and leads to pain and arthritis.
Currently being tested on mice, the nasal vaccine produced a strong immune response and protection from the virus.
No uncomfortable swabs, no lab processing, no touching, the Covid-19 breath test gives results in 30 seconds.
Analyzing your hair is a non-invasive way to reveal the secrets of your body's health.
Hookworms have been found to help keep the immune system under control which could benefit MS sufferers.
Ignoring biological differences in clinical trials has lead to women being overmedicated.
New initiative aims to increase VA clinical trial startup times and give veterans easier access to cutting-edge therapies.
A clinical trial is testing a new way of treating abdominal cancer patients that requires only 10-20% of the normal dose of chemotherapy.
A rheumatoid arthritis drug has slowed the progression of type 1 diabetes in a two-year clinical trial testing its efficacy.
Miss hugging? There are ways to increase your level of protection while getting the contact you crave.
Often one of the biggest challenges to running a clinical trial is getting enough people to participate, but not this time: thousands are volunteering to test the COVID-19 vaccine.
It's a combination of funding, co-operation, adaptive design, running parallel trial phases, and advanced production.
An updated FDA list of banned or recalled hand sanitizers.
60,000 participants are needed for two Phase 3 clinical trials testing the effectiveness and safety of their vaccines.
How can you find a clinical trial that matches your condition, or how can you participate as a healthy adult to help make new treatments available to the public?
AI can make clinical trials faster, more reliable, and more secure, providing intelligence that humans alone can't achieve.
A collaboration between 23andMe and GSK aims to develop a cancer drug based on examining the role genetics play in disease.
A clinical trial concluded that text-messaging patients with severe mental illnesses was safe and patients claimed it "made them feel better."
Triple-negative breast cancer patients can now confirm their chance of relapse with a simple blood draw.
A smartphone app and reusable dispensing cap help patients take correct doses, and provides CROs with real-time data.
Swapping your red meat for beans, or your eggs for tofu can have a dramatic effect on your health and longevity.
A COVID-19 clinical trial volunteer tells us what the process was like and what is still to come in testing for a vaccine.
If the elderly are the group most affected by COVID, why are they being excluded from COVID vaccine trials?
Applicants who lie about their medical condition or their current drug regime in order to participate in a paid trial can undermine the validity of the study.
ApiJect has been tasked with producing 100 million devices capable of delivering COVID-19 vaccines by year-end.
Doctors are divided as to whether radiation as a COVID-19 therapy should even be tested, fearing cancer may result.
Trial sponsors find new technologies to get around restrictions imposed by COVID-19.
A clinical trial for 7-14 year-olds seeks to determine if CBD is an effective treatment for severe symptoms of autism.
Cancer clinical trials can now include participants that are the age the drugs are being designed for.
Favipiravir proves itself 44% more effective than a placebo in clearing patients of COVID-19.
Can the immune-boosting properties of IMM-101 help mitigate the severity of COVID-19 in people being treated for cancer?
You may react up to 20% differently to FDA approved drugs depending on your racial makeup.
COVID-19 has forced even clinical trials to adapt to a virtual model of investigating new medications.
This is your chance to be part of something special as volunteers are asked to participate in testing experimental vaccines.
Using their innovative Sype Inhaler, researchers delivered precisely measured doses of THC that enabled this study.
UK researchers use large numbers of participants to ensure the outcomes of their trials are accurate.
Contrary to current beliefs, diets high in fruits, vegetables, and fiber help ease symptoms for people with ulcerative colitis.
MIT scientists have successfully reversed the symptoms of of Fragile X in mice, a disorder that is the leading cause of inheritable autism.
No more needles! Tracking your blood sugar with this prototype technology is as simple as checking your phone.
Scientists are testing an antiseptic nasal spray and gargle for effectiveness in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
Prenatal exposure to beneficial bacteria can lower the risk of autism in offspring.
Early trial results in groups of 30 and 70 people have shown test accuracy of 96.7% and 92.9%, respectively.
Researchers have discovered that inhibiting the ANGPTL7 gene can reduce the risk of glaucoma.
The "injectrode" may be a viable option for people battling chronic nerve pain.
Synthetic red blood cells not only equal the natural ones but have a few added properties as well.
Clinical trials have proven the efficacy of Enhertu for treating non-small cell lung cancer.
Researchers are successful in lowering headaches, nausea, and restlessness with a mixture of fruits, herbs, and roots.
Researchers have discovered that Vitamin B3 (niacin) can delay disease progression in patients with mitochondrial myopathy.
FDA approval of Nexletol as a cholesterol-lowering drug gives new options to those with high LDL.
The D614G mutation is far more contagious than the original COVID-19 strain which may be why some areas were more seriously affected.
COVID-19 antibody therapy could be ready by the fall if clinical trials validate its efficacy.
New robotic surgery provides better surgical outcomes for knee replacement procedures.
ECMO can extend life support for patients with severe COVID-19 when ventilators alone become inadequate for survival.
The survival rates for lung cancer patients nearly doubled when ramucirumab was added to their chemotherapy regimen.
A new blood test can predict with 85% accuracy whether postpartum women will develop type 2 diabetes.
A microbe that provides 100% protection from malaria to mosquitoes could be the answer for protecting people as well.
Lyme PrEP, an annual injection that promises to ward off Lyme disease, will undergo clinical trials this year.
Remdesivir has proven to reduce COVID-19 recovery time by 31% and to slightly decrease the mortality rate.
Researchers discover that a 'sniff test' can predict with 100% accuracy whether or not an unconscious patient will recover.
Significant skin improvement reported in patients treated with netakimab in the PATERA clinical trial for psoriatic arthritis.
Adding rituximab decreased Burkitt lymphoma treatment failures by 70 percent and increased three-year survival rate by 10 percent over chemotherapy alone.
CRISPR-edited produce, grains, and meat will show up in US markets this year changing our relationship to food.
This app will take a picture of your inner eyelid and be able to tell you if you are anemic, no blood sample required.
This brain-controlled prosthetic is attached to nerves, muscles, and bone, enabling the user to have a sense of touch.
A clinical trial treating men with platelet-rich plasma hopes to relieve the symptoms of erectile dysfunction.
A new clinical trial indicates that eating almonds has a positive effect on the vascular system.
Coronavirus patients given hydroxychloroquine were found to be at higher risk of death and severe complications.
As Phexxi is non-hormonal, it has no side effects and boasts an 86% success rate, comparable to similar on-demand contraceptives.
Bempedoic acid has been shown to lower cholesterol in patients whose levels are not lowered enough by taking statins alone.
A recent study has confirmed that patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes have a much higher risk of in-hospital death.
Aimovig brings new hope to those who suffer from migraines, researchers claim it will prevent further episodes.
Researchers have discovered a small region in the brain that shuts off pain.
Researchers have discovered the gene implicated in why some people have an inherited risk for high blood cholesterol.
While working on The Kidney Project, William Fissel, MD, and colleagues bioengineered an implantable universal donor kidney.
Biologix has developed a technology called Agência FAPESP that enables remote monitoring of suspected COVID-19 patients.
With liver transplant as the only currently available treatment, millions of people worldwide are left to struggle with alcohol-related liver disease (ALD) and its deadly consequences.
This 'figit spinner' device does not require any complicated lab procedures and can be done at home, it is cost-effective and the patient can receive the appropriate treatment faster.
The anti-inflammatory drug APOSEC has now been found effective against contact dermatitis and other sensitive skin abrasions.
There is now a vaccine for Ebola hemorrhagic fever that will save thousands of lives.
"Microbubbles", guided by ultrasound, are being used as a new targeted cancer therapy.
Neurosurgeons have treated Parkinson's with a brain cell transplant from the patient's own reprogrammed skin cells.
Cats are susceptible to COVID-19 and can also transmit it to other cats, a new study confirms.
Tests show that EEG measurements using tattoo electrodes are just as successful as those obtained by conventional means.
Scientists from Harvard and MIT are developing a face mask capable of detecting coronavirus.
To understand how smart devices are making us older we have to know some facts about the light that these devices produce.
In 2008, an important news was made public; that a patient named Timothy Ray Brown, known as the "Berlin Patient" was cured of HIV.
Recent research shows a newfound 3-drug combo works to rid COVID-19 from your body in just seven days.
A CDC survey revealed that as many as 5.4 million adults in the US aged 18 and above live with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
A study has found that a fast-mimicking diet combined with Vitamin C intake is effective in delaying tumor progression.
A team of researchers has formulated a two-in-one diabetes drug with insulin and amylin infused together.
There is no particular reason as to why postprandial distress syndrome happens, but researchers have now found that acupuncture might help ease these symptoms.
This new technology called Intelligent Platelet Aggregate Classifier helps identify many different types of blood clots.
A new class of magnetic brain stimulation rapidly relieved symptoms of extreme depression in 90 % of the participants in a clinical study.
Researchers have developed a wearable device that could track symptoms associated with COVID-19 and monitor patient's symptoms as the disease progresses.
In phase III trials the patients showed a significant clinical improvement in the treatment of Alzheimer's as it is the first disease-modifying therapy to be introduced in 17 years.
This year dawns with a massive shot at discovering a potential cure for diabetes as scientists in St. Louis were able to cure the disease in mice for the first time.
Approved by the FDA in April, romosozumab is the first osteoporosis drug that has a simultaneous effect on bone formation and an inhibitory effect on bone resorption.
For the first time in an adult patient's body, the CRISPR gene-editing technique was used in an effort to cure a form of childhood blindness.
MIT researchers have discovered a powerful new antibiotic compound using a machine-learning algorithm.
The FDA has approved Palforzia, the first drug for children with potentially life-threatening peanut allergies, a ground-breaking step in the struggle against food allergies.
Cardiff University researchers discovered a new method of killing a wide variety of cancers by using immune system T-cell receptors.
Researchers have developed a machine that can keep donated livers functioning outside the body for up to seven days.
A new treatment for cystic fibrosis promises remarkable improvement in the quality of life for patients who suffer this illness as the FDA approves Trikafta.