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Posts tagged ‘rare diseases’

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Aug 4, 2014

Sometimes, in tragic circumstances, a lesson can be learned and applied in unexpected ways. That appears to be the case with a rare disease that...

Mar 20, 2014

While we previously discussed how rare disease research has dramatically increased in both academic and industrial research, clinical trials of...

Mar 12, 2014

Last year, Scientist announced our winners for the Rare Disease Challenge, as part of our efforts to raise awareness for rare diseases. We know how...

Mar 21, 2013

Our Rare Disease Science Challenge ended March 15 and Qiang Chang was voted as the winner of our $10,000 research grant. His project was selected...

Feb 28, 2013

The Be HEARD Rare Disease Science Challenge is entering its next phase. After 77 applicants covering 67 rare diseases, we have decided on service...

Feb 21, 2013

Rare diseases by definition only affect a small number of people, but rare disease studies can reveal valuable information for more common...

Jan 22, 2013

One welcome result of the pharmaceutical innovation crisis is a shift from blockbuster drugs to rare disease drugs. We are doing our own part to...

Dec 6, 2012

Personalized medicine is increasingly becoming a reality, led by the idea that knowing more about genome will help customize the proper treatment...

Dec 5, 2012

A big reason why scientists choose to do research is the desire to ultimately improve human health outcomes. Whether exploring how an enzyme...

Nov 28, 2012

Shortly after coming across a story about a mother and father who are forced to relocate to another country in order to obtain treatment for their...