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  09/03/2019 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons - Clinical
Lack of Benefits, Combined with Potential Harm Leads to Evidence Against Laser Spine Surgery
  09/03/2019 American Cancer Society - Public Health
CDC and FDA Investigate Lung Illnesses Linked to Vaping
- Federal experts are investigating reports of severe lung illnesses in people who used e-cigarettes (also known as vaping).
  09/03/2019 Radiological Society of North America - Health and Science
Genetics May Play A Role in Reaction to CT Contrast Agents
- Researchers examined iodinated contrast media use and allergic reactions in almost 200,000 patients. / Family history as well as previous individual history of reaction to iodinated contrast agents suggests a genetic predisposition. / Half of the approximately 88 million CT scans conducted each year in the U.S. include the use of iodinated contrast media.
  08/30/2019 American Cancer Society - Clinical
FDA Approves Rozlytrek (Entrectinib) for Tumors With Certain Genetic Markers
- The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Rozlytrek (entrectinib) for adults and adolescents with tumors that test positive for NTRK gene changes, which can help cancerous tumors grow.
  08/29/2019 WHO - Health and Science
WHO revises recommendations on hormonal contraceptive use for women at high HIV risk
  08/29/2019 American Cancer Society - Health and Science
Half of US Teens Getting HPV Vaccinations
- The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that just over half (51.1%) of teenagers were fully vaccinated for human papillomavirus (HPV) as of 2018, up 2.5 percentage points from 48.6% in 2017.
  08/29/2019 WHO - Public Health
WHO launches global registry on human genome editing
  08/29/2019 WHO - Public Health
As Ebola cases reach 3000 in DRC, WHO calls on all partners to fulfill promises to communities
  08/26/2019 Abbott - Business
New Study Finds Abbott''s Blood Test Technology Could Help Detect Brain Injury Quickly, Even if CT Scan is Normal
- The TRACK-TBI study found that 64% of people with the highest levels of a protein in the blood were confirmed to have brain injury through an MRI scan, even when a CT scan did not detect it / Abbott's diagnostic test, currently in development, is poised to be the first point-of-care blood test for assessing concussions on its next generation i-STAT™ device, providing doctors results in 15 minutes
  08/23/2019 WHO - Public Health
Rising to the challenge of malaria eradication

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