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Colorado Congresswoman Pushes For $6 Billion Bill To Help Find Cures

DENVER (CBS4)– A Colorado congresswoman is pushing for the passage of a bill on Capitol Hill that would help find cures for diseases.

Rep. Diana DeGette, a Democrat representing Colorado, is a co-sponsor of the 21st Century Cures Act which would speed up the discovery, development and delivery of life-saving treatments. 305 more words


From There to Here

Chapter 1

A child lays in a hospital bed with tubes running into her allowing medications to flow into her. This child is very sick, and the doctors do not know what she is suffering from or how to treat it. 5,754 more words


#GreatAmericanSmokeOut and #NationalTakeAHikeDay - Today

Want to Stop Smoking? Help is Available.

Do You Need Reasons to Stop Smoking? I know I did. Once there were more reasons to stop than to continue smoking, my choice became clear. 1,034 more words


Cancer-Causing List: 7 New Substances Added by US | Live Science

Seven new substances have been added to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ list of cancer-causing agents.

Six of these substances are listed as “known” to cause cancer, while one is “reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen,” according to a statement today (Nov. 9 more words

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Study: Skin Patch Could Help Kids With Peanut Allergies

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WASHINGTON (AP) – A new study shows a wearable skin patch may help children who are allergic to peanuts by delivering small doses of peanut protein. 131 more words


Mauna Kea Technologies: Study of Cellvizio for Pediatric Cardiac Surgery

Mauna Kea Technologies inventor of Cellvizio, the multidisciplinary confocal laser endomicroscopy platform, announced today the launch of a ground-breaking new clinical study led by researchers at the University of Utah School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School called: “Evaluation of Fiberoptic Confocal Microscopy for Pediatric Cardiac Surgery.” 436 more words


LETTERS: A Cure for Alzheimer's Disease Could Be One Big Investment Away

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 || LETTERS || @maywoodnews 

Recent decades have seen an extraordinary shift in our expectations when we are confronted with what once were terminal illnesses. 261 more words