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Study shows that cell transplantation therapy may improve brain receptor function in patients who suffered from cerebral stroke

Study shows that cell transplantation therapy may improve brain receptor function in patients who suffered from cerebral stroke

Study offers piece of missing link needed in understanding receptor function possibly providing safe, ethical source for replacing brain cells

Study offers piece of missing link needed in understanding receptor function possibly providing safe, ethical source for replacing brain cells

Unexpected rheumatoid arthritis discovery

Unexpected rheumatoid arthritis discovery

Microfluidics chips for simplifying medical imaging biomarkers of disease

Microfluidics chips for simplifying medical imaging biomarkers of disease

Functional diffusion map to help predict brain tumor outcomes

Functional diffusion map to help predict brain tumor outcomes

Personalized medicine to improve the outcome for breast cancer patients

Personalized medicine to improve the outcome for breast cancer patients

PET imaging with FDG represents one of the most promising tools for diagnosis of Alzheimer's

PET imaging with FDG represents one of the most promising tools for diagnosis of Alzheimer's

Researchers use PET/CT for molecular imaging of the heart

Researchers use PET/CT for molecular imaging of the heart

Cytogen Corporation and Dowpharma collaborate to create a targeted oncology product designed to treat prostate and other cancers

Cytogen Corporation and Dowpharma collaborate to create a targeted oncology product designed to treat prostate and other cancers

Fusing physics with medicine to fight cancer

Fusing physics with medicine to fight cancer

New approach to fighting cancer, based on nanoscale particles

New approach to fighting cancer, based on nanoscale particles

Detecting diseases with no more to work with than a drop of blood

Detecting diseases with no more to work with than a drop of blood

New whole body positron emission tomography (PET) imaging allows scientists to watch as immune system respond to tumors or infection

New whole body positron emission tomography (PET) imaging allows scientists to watch as immune system respond to tumors or infection