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1. Effect of Aspirin on Disability-free Survival in the Healthy Elderly - 09/16/2018
 The New England Journal of Medicine (Massachusetts Medical Society)
  Aspirin use in healthy elderly persons did not prolong disability-free survival over a period of 5 years but led to a higher rate of major hemorrhage than placebo.
2. Effect of Aspirin on All-Cause Mortality in the Healthy Elderly - 09/16/2018
 The New England Journal of Medicine (Massachusetts Medical Society)
  Higher all-cause mortality was observed among apparently healthy older adults who received daily aspirin than among those who received placebo and was attributed primarily to cancer-related death.
3. Semisynthetic sensor proteins enable metabolic assays at the point of care - 09/14/2018
 Science 14 Sep 2018: Vol. 361, Issue 6407, pp. 1122-1126
  The sensor system successfully generated point-of-care measurements of phenylalanine, glucose, and glutamate. Concentrations of phenylalanine in the blood of phenylketonuria patients were analyzed within minutes with only half a microliter of blood.
4. NIH gets $2 billion boost in final 2019 spending bill - 09/14/2018
 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
  By Jocelyn KaiserSep. 14, 2018 Congress has approved a $2 billion raise, to $39.1 billion, for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in a 2019 spending bill approved by House of Representatives and Senate negotiators last night.
5. Engineered natural killer cells may be the next great cancer immunotherapy - 09/13/2018
 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
  By Mitch Leslie, Sep. 13, 2018 Inspired by success with T cells, scientists equip other immune cells with cancer-homing protein
6. As massive Zika vaccine trial struggles, researchers revive plan to intentionally infect humans - 09/12/2018
 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
  By Jon Cohen, Sep. 12, 2018
7. Universities are worse than drug companies at reporting clinical trial results - 09/12/2018
 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
  By Tania Rabesandratana, Sep. 12, 2018 Almost 90% of academic clinical trials are not reported promptly to European registry
8. Comparative Analyses of Copy-Number Variation in Autism Spectrum Disorder and Schizophrenia Reveal Etiological Overlap and Biological Insights - 09/11/2018
 Cell Reports 24(11), 2838-2856
  Our findings suggest an etiological overlap of ASD and SCZ and provide biological insights into these disorders.
9. The Multifaceted Role of Chromosomal Instability in Cancer and Its Microenvironment - 09/06/2018
 Cell 174(6), 1347-1360
  These multipronged effects distinguish CIN as a central driver of tumor evolution and as a genomic source for the crosstalk between the tumor and its microenvironment, in the course of immune editing and evasion.
10. How does exercise keep your brain young? - 09/06/2018
 American Association for the Advancement of Science
  A study published today in Science offers some new clues. In mice that mimic a severe, genetic form of Alzheimer'' disease, a combination of treatments that prompt the growth of new brain cells and protect them from damage can mimic the beneficial effects of exercise in preventing memory decline. So could we someday bottle the effects of exercise to treat Alzheimer? And if so, what exactly would we need to bottle? Here is a rundown of what we know, and what is still controversial.
11. New gene-editing treatment might help treat a rare disorder, hints first human test - 09/05/2018
 American Association for the Advancement of Science
  The first test of a new gene-editing tool in people has yielded early clues that the strategy, an infusion that turns the liver into an enzyme factory, could help treat a rare, inherited metabolic disorder.
12. American Cancer Society Selects First Project in New Accelerator Pipeline - 09/04/2018
 American Cancer Society
  Funds and intellectual support aim to help speed medical devices and technology to market
13. Vector biology meets disease control: using basic research to fight vector-borne diseases - 09/03/2018
 Nature Microbiology
  It is possible that hospital practices, such as antibiotic monotherapy utilizing rifampicin-impregnated medical devices, have driven the evolution of this organism, once trivialized as a contaminant, towards potentially incurable infections.
14. AMD3100 ameliorates cigarette smoke-induced emphysema-like manifestations in mice - 08/27/2018
 Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology
15. Online, simulation scenarios ready med students for residency - 05/02/2018
 American Medical Association (AMA)
  What medical students know is only as good as how they apply it. Bridging the gap is key to ensuring a successful transition from medical school to residency.
16. New Blood Test Found to Predict Onset of TB Up to Two Years in Advance - 04/06/2018
 American Thoracic Society
17. Germs with Unusual Antibiotic Resistance Widespread in U.S - 04/03/2018
 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
18. Breakthrough Test Detects Heroin and Cocaine From a Fingerprint - 03/22/2018
 American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)
19. Unique Program Improves Rapid Detection of Deadly Outbreaks in Uganda - 03/21/2018
 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
20. Researchers Sequence the Complete Genome of a Fetus From Amniotic Fluid for the First Time - 03/15/2018
 American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)
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