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Mar 30 2021
March 30, 2021
Medical science has come a long way toward improving treatment for people with blocked and narrowed arteries. Inserting coronary stents—life saving mesh tubes placed within arteries to keep them open Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
Mar 30 2021
March 30, 2021
When a layoff left Anne Marie Quinn out of a job in the mid-2000s, she decided she was ready to start her own business—Montana Molecular—in Bozeman, Montana. But she needed seed money to get started Read More
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Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
In 2003 Stephen Hewitt had a great idea—build a piece of lab equipment that could efficiently analyze tissue samples for cancer research. True, this technology was already available, but only for Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that 10% of drinking water in California is contaminated with high levels of nitrate, a toxic pollutant. Nitrate can’t be removed from water by boiling Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
Screws have long been used in the human body as anchors for sutures. But screws can come loose, especially in individuals of advancing age. That’s why MedShape sought to find a solution using shape- Read More
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Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
When Larry Zeitlin received a text message from an unknown number asking about an experimental drug he was developing to treat an Ebola-like viral infection called Marburg, his first question was, “ Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
In the 1960s, neuroscientists did almost all image analysis entirely by hand. Microscope images of brain cells like neurons and dendrites could be compared only by eye and ruler. Edmund Glaser, a Read More
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Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
The human digestive system was made to flush out food—and pills—from the body. To compensate for this, oral drugs usually have to be taken daily to keep a steady level of medication in the patient’s Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
According to the NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, toxicology is “a field of science that helps us understand the harmful effects that chemicals, substances, or situations, can Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
An improper amount of iron in your blood—whether too much, or too little—can be dangerous. This imbalance is also often a symptom of an underlying disease; but diagnosing that disease can be Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates the number of Americans with age-related macular degeneration (AMD)—the leading cause of vision loss in the U.S—will rise to almost three Read More
Success Stories National Institutes of Health
Mar 29 2021
March 29, 2021
In an episode on Zack Collie’s YouTube channel, he demonstrates how difficult it is for him to eat yogurt with a regular spoon. Zach is a quadriplegic, and like millions of people who suffer from Read More
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