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Doctors Say New Coverage Is Changing Lives LOS ANGELES, Dec.
Understanding the self-replication mechanisms is critical for improving stem cell therapies for blood-related diseases and cancers.
A new stem cell gene therapy is set to begin clinical trials early next year after the technique reportedly cured 18 children who were born without working immune systems due to a condition known as “Bubble Baby” disease.
Instead of reaching for a laxative the next time you’re feeling constipated, you might want to give perineal self-acupressure a try, experts from the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine reported in research published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
A Newport Beach based charity committed to raising awareness about Duchenne muscular dystrophy and funding for research, has awarded University of California, Los Angeles Professor Rachelle Crosbie-Watson
These protein containers could be the key to future vaccines for HIV and other diseases.
Sustainable Facility to Provide State-of-the-art Space for Patient Care, Research, and Training LOS ANGELES, Nov.
WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Nov.
An unusual object located at the center of the Milky Way is most likely not a hydrogen gas cloud headed towards the galaxy’s black hole, but a pair of binary stars that had been orbiting it together before merging into a single, extremely large star.
Will growth of urban farming soon explode in US cities? This unique event will bring together farmers, urban planners, economic and community development directors, entrepreneurs, investors and