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Orphan Drugs in the USA

Orphan drugs are drugs that are exclusively developed and used for treating rare diseases. Orphan drugs are not researched and developed for widespread use, since by their nature, they are meant only for rare diseases. 441 more words


Behcet's Disease Awareness Day: Please Support!

Raise more awareness of Behcet’s Disease! May 20th is Behcet’s Awareness Day. Behcet’s Disease is one of the rare diseases in US that is characterized by blood vessel inflammation throughout the body. 242 more words

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Earth Week - Care for our Planet!

The Earth Day week commenced with the Earth Fair at Balboa Park, San Diego. JSciMed Central Publications proudly supports Earth Day!

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World's First HIV-to-HIV Organ Transplant: A Medical Breakthrough

In a landmark medical triumph, the surgeons from the Johns Hopkins University have performed the world’s first-ever HIV-to-HIV organ transplant. The members of medical team announced successful transplant in a media briefing on March 31st at Johns Hopkins University. 289 more words

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Forbes features CDG Rare Disease Day Symposium

Forbes.com publishes an article featuring “SBP Rare Disease Day Symposium: Human Glycosylation Disorders“, authored by Dr. Henry Miller from Stanford University. Dr. Miller was one of the speakers at the symposium. 222 more words

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Welcome home, Rex Jakobovits

I haven’t blogged since my days as a proud new mommy and I’m jumping once more into the blogosphere, fueled by a new mission: bringing kama`aina back home. 358 more words


Breakthrough in regenerative medicine: Stepping closer to personalized 3D organ printing and transplantation

This week is no less exciting than the last week. Last week gravitational waves were spotted for the first time in history, confirming a century old theory of Albert Einstein. 316 more words

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