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WSU College of Medicine research sparks entrepreneurship – WSU News

In 2019, Dr. Georgina Lynch helped launched Appiture Biotechnologies, which develops handheld technology to quickly, noninvasively and objectively screen for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children. By Christina VerHeul, Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine SPOKANE, Wash. – The Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is best known for its students in white… Read More »

What medicine for gastric flu

What medicine for gastric flu if your infection is not resolving; your medical team may need to identify the infectious organism in order to plan out a more effective treatment strategy. If your infection is not improving on its own, and parasitic infections that cause stomach prroblems produce a number of effects on the stomach… Read More »

Promising new sickle cell disease medicine wins FDA approval

This undated image provided by Novartis shows bottles of Novartis’s Adakveo. U.S. regulators have approved the new sickle cell disease medicine that can prevent extremely painful, dangerous “crises” in which misshapen blood cells clump together, reducing blood and oxygen flow. (Novartis via AP) After a recent decision by the FDA a better day could be… Read More »

Launch of Index At-Home Biological Age Test: Interview with Dr. Morgan Levine, Yale School of Medicine and Head of Bioinformatics at Elysium Health

Elysium Health, a life sciences company selling health products with a particular focus on interventions that target fundamental processes of aging, has developed the Index at-home biological age test. The company claims that the test allows users to determine their biological age at home, and provides science-backed healthy living recommendations that may be able to… Read More »