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A team of researchers has developed an algorithm to measure pulse and respiration rate during a telehealth appointment using your device’s camera.
If the success of a new oral insulin delivery system in rats translates to people, it could entice more diabetics to pursue insulin therapy.
Antisense oligonucleotide therapy uses small molecules to alter RNA. Researchers have now used those molecules to alleviate a genetic form of blindness.
Mucins, the long proteins in mucus, have an array of bacteria-fighting properties. These artificial mucins can act like the real thing.
By injecting a “brain glue” into rats, researchers were able to speed up their recovery after a traumatic brain injury.
A new cancer treatment combining immunotherapy, photothermal therapy, and modified blood cells was highly effective in mice.
Children may have heart valve replacement surgery 5 or more times. A lab-grown, growing valve may change that in the future.
A new AI tool detected 20 viable drug candidates in less than two months.
KRAS mutation, which causes tumors to form, was long considered “undruggable.” But new drugs could be approved by year’s end.