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Re-examining SIDS
November 14, 2013 – 5:40 pm | No Comments
Re-examining SIDS

Re-examining SIDS Brain abnormalities found independent of environment A new study suggests that many infants dying suddenly and unexpectedly in all kinds of sleep environments have underlying brainstem abnormalities. The researchers, led by Hannah Kinney, professor of pathology at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital, also point to the need to detect and treat [...]

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Neurosurgery Distinction
November 13, 2013 – 6:12 pm | No Comments
Neurosurgery Distinction

Neurosurgery Distinction New academic department at HMS Recognizing neurosurgery as a discipline distinct from general surgery, Harvard Medical School has established a Department of Neurosurgery as an academic department, effective October 1. In a letter to the HMS community addressing the change, Jeffrey S. Flier, HMS dean of medicine said HMS has played an important [...]

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Targeting HSV
November 8, 2013 – 7:44 pm | No Comments
Targeting HSV

Targeting HSV NIH launches trial of genital herpes vaccine An experimental genital herpes vaccine developed by Harvard Medical School researchers is being tested in an early-stage clinical trial conducted by a branch of the National Institutes of Health. There is currently no vaccine to prevent genital herpes disease, a sexually transmitted infection caused by herpes simplex virus [...]

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Doctors Orders
November 8, 2013 – 5:21 pm | No Comments
Doctors Orders

Doctor’s Orders A veteran of war and vascular surgery offers advice on health reform A weary American soldier rests on one knee in a dusty foreign desert. The young man’s massive backpack is overflowing with equipment and there are pouches strapped to his belt, tools attached to his boots, and gear affixed to his helmet. [...]

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The July Effect
November 6, 2013 – 11:26 pm | No Comments
The July Effect

The July Effect Real danger exists for high-risk patients when trainees take on new roles With almost no experience, newly graduated medical students enter teaching hospitals around the country every July, beginning their careers as interns. At the same time, the last year’s interns and junior residents take a step up and assume new responsibilities. [...]

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Protein Block
November 6, 2013 – 11:11 pm | No Comments
Protein Block

Protein Block Genetic error in some lung cancers may offer target for therapies A fine-grained scan of DNA in lung cancer cells has revealed a gene fusion—a forced merger of two normally separate genes—that spurs the cells to divide rapidly, scientists at Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the University of Colorado report in a new [...]

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Automating anesthesia
November 6, 2013 – 8:53 pm | No Comments
Automating anesthesia

Automating anesthesia Animal study tests putting precise control of medically induced coma on ‘autopilot’ Putting patients with severe head injuries or persistent seizures into a medically induced coma currently requires constant monitoring. A nurse or other health professional must watch over the patient’s brain activity, manually adjusting drug infusion to maintain a deep state of [...]

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Immune Turbocharger
November 1, 2013 – 10:06 pm | No Comments
Immune Turbocharger

Immune Turbocharger In mice, bone-loss drugs boosted the power of vaccines Could a drug commonly prescribed to prevent bone loss boost the power of vaccines? New research from Harvard Medical School shows that adding compounds known as bisphosphonates to both commercial and experimental vaccines enhances their effectiveness in mice, raising hopes they could help people [...]

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Harvard Medical School (HMS) Awards & Recognitions: November 2013
November 1, 2013 – 8:37 pm | No Comments
Harvard Medical School (HMS) Awards & Recognitions: November 2013

Harvard Medical School (HMS) Awards & Recognitions: November 2013 Shelly Greenfield, HMS professor of psychiatry at McLean Hospital, was recently awarded the R. Brinkley Smithers Distinguished Scientist Award from the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Greenfield has been invited to receive the award and deliver the keynote plenary address at the society’s annual medical scientific [...]

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Evicting Leukemia.
October 31, 2013 – 11:10 pm | No Comments
Evicting Leukemia.

Evicting Leukemia Bone drug kills resistant cancer stem cells by making home unlivable A bone drug already on the market for osteoporosis may kill chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) stem cells thought to persist in the bone marrow after standard therapy, lowering the likelihood of disease recurrence, according to a new study in mice led by [...]

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