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A culture of inclusiveness: Diversity matters in medical education

In the world of medicine, many on various committees and boards still believe diversity is not an issue. They think that a few seats at the table means that somehow we have all arrived and that the system is equal. That view is not only...

source: By Jonathan Ryan Batson
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In a new study from Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, researchers have used human pluripotent stem cells to generate new hair. The study represents the first step toward the development of a cell-based treatment for people with hair loss. In the United States alone,...

source: Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute via Medical Xpress

Tuberculosis affects more than 12 million people globally and is usually treated with a course of four drugs over several months. However, even after completing the treatment, many patients suffer relapses. Based on studies of harmless environmental bacteria, scientists...

source: Bioscience Technology

Even something as mundane as pipetting is getting a high-tech makeover and clinical laboratory scientists around the world are likely to benefit from an innovation that incorporates an iPad into the pipetting process. Scientists...

source: Dark Daily

In just 24 months, a new gene-editing tool has become the hot topic worldwide among researchers working to understand DNA and develop ways to manipulate it for therapeutic purposes. It goes...

source: Dark Daily

When a salamander loses a tail, it grows a new one. What's the difference, MIT biologist Peter Reddien, Ph.D., wondered, between a wound that severs a salamander's tail and one that severs a human spinal cord? Tweaking...

source: Medical Xpress

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