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Yesterday | Jerusalem Post
Tel Aviv University's Sackler Medical Faculty is 50 years old but constantly innovating and looking to the future, says outgoing dean Prof.
Saturday | Daily Herald
As the grass pollen season retreats, weeds make their advance, providing more fodder for thunderstorm asthma.
This summer high school students from around the Bay Area are interning at labs and departments across Stanford.
Toxoplasma gondii is a parasite found in cat poop that can make both people and cats ill.
Researchers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center are exploring ways to wake up the immune system so it recognizes and attacks invading cancer cells.
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Patients with aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease - a triad of asthma, aspirin sensitivity, and nasal polyposis - usually will tolerate celecoxib better than meloxicam, according to a meta-analysis in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology .
A vaccine for dust. mite allergy might soon be available Dust mite allergy could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new vaccine.
Science and industry are collaborating to develop future pharmaceuticals for treating chronic inflammatory diseases.
Scientists at Duke Medicine have found an immunologic mechanism that makes broadly neutralizing antibodies in people who are HIV-1 infected.
PLC filed with regulators Thursday could help fight one of the world's biggest killers-but rival company Sanaria Inc. has a potentially more effective shot in the works.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved under-the-tongue tablets that trick the immune system to treat allergies.
HIV infection re-shapes the relationship between semen bacteria and immune factors which in turn affects viral load, suggesting that the semen microbiome plays a role in sexual transmission of HIV, researchers report.
Human semen is naturally colonized by bacteria, and a new study suggests the microbes might have a role to play in both HIV transmission and levels in infected men.
Warwick resident Surendra Sharma, MD, PhD, a research scientist and professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island and The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, was recently presented with the Distinguished Service Award at the 34th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Reproductive Immunology ... (more)
AMSBIO, regular sponsor of the annual Beatson International Cancer Conference announces that the winner of the AMSBIO-Trevigen prize for the best poster was Katarzyna Grzes - a PhD researcher specialising in Cell Signaling and Immunology at the University of Dundee .
Research conducted into natural ingredients in products targeting dry skin has demonstrated evidence of a link between the topical application and the subsequent development of food allergies.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 07:44 pm
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