Scientists Model Human Stem Cells to Recognize Degeneration in Glaucoma

Scientists Model Human Stem Cells to Recognize Degeneration in Glaucoma In excess of 3 million Americans have glaucoma, a genuine eye condition causing vision misfortune. Utilizing human immature microorganism models, analysts at Indiana University School of Medicine discovered they could break down shortfalls inside cells harmed by glaucoma, with the

Promising New Treatment for Recurrent Pediatric Brain Cancer

Promising New Treatment for Recurrent Pediatric Brain Cancer Two pediatric brain cancers that are challenging to treat if they recur, medulloblastoma and ependymoma, are the target of a clinical trial using a new type of therapy. A multi-institutional, international team led by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s

Study Shows Glaucoma Could Be Successfully Treated with Gene Therapy

Study Shows Glaucoma Could Be Successfully Treated with Gene Therapy A new study led by the University of Bristol has shown a common eye condition, glaucoma, could be successfully treated with a single injection using gene therapy, which would improve treatment options, effectiveness and quality of life for many patients.

Potential Biomarker for Autism Identified in Infants

Potential Biomarker for Autism Identified in Infants A biomarker in newborns may signal autism spectrum disorder months or even years before troubling symptoms develop and such diagnoses typically are made. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Stanford University found that some newborns had very low