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Categories: Academic medical center news release


Summary of CRISPR lung cancer research downplays the work that lies ahead


Johns Hopkins prematurely heralds a ‘promising diagnostic tool’ for Alzheimer’s


Too early to claim MRI-based screening test for dementia is beneficial


Gold nanoparticles to destroy prostate cancer? Claims are very premature


Researchers apply leap of faith to preliminary study of fecal transplant for immunotherapy-induced colitis


Recap of some knee surgeons’ use of aspirin as a clot buster skims over study limitations


News release touts universal blood test for cancer, but what about overdiagnosis?


Ties to drugmaker left out of postpartum depression drug study recap


Announcement tempts people suffering disabling hand condition with ‘new hope’ based on study of surrogate markers


No, an asthma drug tested in mice does not bring ‘new hope’ for Alzheimer’s patients, at least not yet