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Scientists created HIV-specific T cells that have two CAR molecules instead of one, and they've charted promising results in mice.
In a first, a 15-year-old cystic fibrosis patient with an antibiotic-resistant infection was successfully treated with gene-edited phages.
Two discoveries related to a combination treatment and genetic testing could improve the prognosis for patients with pancreatic cancer.
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have figured out a way to harness the harmful protein TDP-43 so it can't form toxic clumps in the brain.
More than 20% of liver cancer patients have a gene mutation that could make them particularly responsive to mTOR inhibition, a Pitt team found.
Transplanting pancreatic islets, along with a hydrogel that "trains" immune cells to accept them, could translate to a cure for Type 1 diabetes.
The Paypal founder contributed to the series A Peptilogics put together to advance its lead treatment for multidrug-resistant bacterial infections.
An experimental drug based on tick saliva may be the key to reducing the inflammation that leads to heart disease in HIV patients.
2016 saw GE Healthcare return to growth after a 3.6% decline the year before, making up 15% of GE’s 2016 revenues. After investing $300 million into a new business dedicated to emerging markets, GE experienced great sales growth in those regions.
University of Pittsburgh scientists have developed a new test that spots dormant HIV and is faster and cheaper than current tests.