Have you ever wondered what it is like to live with an “orphan” disease like cystinosis?
It is difficult but it is an amazing journey. 3,769 more words
Second Opinion: Laetrile at Sloan Kettering
Eric Merola (2014)
Second Opinion is a documentary about the deliberate cover-up of an alternative cancer treatment by Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, America’s foremost cancer research institution, and Dr Robert Moss, the Sloan Kettering science writer who exposed the cover-up. 536 more words
Alzhemier’s & Dementia Weekly is a valuable source of information on current research and programs related to dementia. It covers a wide range of topics helpful to healthcare providers, care-givers, families whose loved ones have different forms of dementia, and the general public. 164 more words
The Biomedical Learning and Student Training (BLaST) program invites applications for BLaST Scholarships. The overarching goal of BLaST is to enhance undergraduate training and mentoring in biomedical research through increased diversity of students, increased integration of research and teaching, and enhanced integration of rural campuses into a cohesive biomedical community in Alaska. 207 more words
Volume 385, Issue 9986, 20 June 2015
WORLD REPORT Officials expect to launch the US President’s new health project later this year. But Congress has yet to decide whether to fully fund it. 179 more words
NIH approves strategic vision to transform National Library of Medicine
Source: National Institutes of Health
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National Institutes of Health Director Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., today approved a federal report that lays out the long-term scientific vision for the NIH’s National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world’s largest biomedical library.