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Bayer Accelerates Cell and Gene Therapy Drive with Atara Deal

Bayer Accelerates Cell and Gene Therapy Drive with Atara Deal Bayer AG has struck a deal with Atara Biotherapeutics to jointly work on Atara’s CAR-T cell anti-tumour treatments, as the German group firms up its commitment to build a specialist cell and gene therapy development platform. Read more...

Aubagio Slows Grey Matter, Whole Brain Atrophy in CIS, Study Finds

Aubagio Slows Grey Matter, Whole Brain Atrophy in CIS, Study Finds Studied for the first time, Aubagio (teriflunomide) slowed the loss of cortical grey matter and whole-brain volume in people with clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) during two years of therapy, a study found. The treatment was especially effective in those

Grant Helps Black Churches Fight COVID-19

Grant Helps Black Churches Fight COVID-19 COVID-19 has infected, hospitalized and killed Black Americans at a higher rate compared to whites. As it has with other racial health disparities, the University of Missouri-Kansas City is partnering with Black churches in Kansas City to fight this one. The National Institutes of

Gene That Protects Against Osteoarthritis Identified

Gene That Protects Against Osteoarthritis Identified Working in a mouse model of the disorder, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that a molecule previously linked to diabetes, cancer and muscle atrophy also seems to be involved in the development of osteoarthritis and may be

Detecting Alzheimer’s Disease Before Symptoms Arise

Detecting Alzheimer’s Disease Before Symptoms Arise Both of Andrew Kiselica’s grandfathers developed dementia when he was in graduate school. As Kiselica was going through neuropsychology training in graduate school, he saw his mother’s father become unable to walk or speak due to severe dementia. The University of Missouri researcher said

Train Your Body to Work Out—or Just Hang Out—in Colder Weather

Train Your Body to Work Out—or Just Hang Out—in Colder Weather According to a host of scientists, professors and trainers who are experts on the physiological impact of frigid weather on humans. Adapting to cold isn’t fun— who loves to shiver?—but it’s possible, scientists say. And as a bonus: Cold,