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Three projects that focus on improving global health win DEBUT ChallengeThree unique projects focused on improving global health won the National Insti
Three projects that focus on improving global health win DEBUT Challenge
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
Three unique projects focused on improving global health won the National Institutes of Health's Design by Biomedical Undergraduate Teams (DEBUT) Challenge. The winners showed exemplary initiative in designing tools for a less expensive, portable... Read more
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New approach may offer improved way to detect early breast cancerResearchers have shown that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can detect the ear
New approach may offer improved way to detect early breast cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 22 days ago
Researchers have shown that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can detect the earliest signs of breast cancer recurrence and fast-growing tumors. Their approach detects micromestastases, breakaway tumor cells with the potential to develop into... Read more
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New noninvasive treatment enables paralyzed men to move againFive men who were completely paralyzed from the waist down have been able to mo
New noninvasive treatment enables paralyzed men to move again
Medical News Today / Posted 1 months ago
Five men who were completely paralyzed from the waist down have been able to move their legs thanks to a new noninvasive procedure. Paralyzed patients were able to voluntary move their legs after electrical stimulation to their spinal cords. Image... Read more
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New non-invasive spinal cord stimulation helps paralyzed men voluntarily move their legsFive men with complete motor paralysis were able to voluntarily generate step-l
New non-invasive spinal cord stimulation helps paralyzed men voluntarily move their legs
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
Five men with complete motor paralysis were able to voluntarily generate step-like movements thanks to a new strategy that non-invasively delivers electrical stimulation to their spinal cords, according to a new study funded in part by the National... Read more

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