Medical research

Identifying molecular culprits underlying organ rejection

Investigators have identified how the immune system can regulate organ rejection in mice, findings which may prove useful for improving transplant tolerance in humans, according to a recent study published in the Journal ...


Striving for equity in kidney health care in Australia

Inequity in kidney health care continues to impact the lives, well-being and health outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Australia says a new paper from Flinders University.


Research sheds new light on gene therapy for blood disorders

Research from experts at Michigan Medicine, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Penn Medicine is breaking ground on new ways of treating blood disorders, such as sickle cell anemia, through gene therapy. The study ...

Medical research

Study demonstrates ability to remove key barrier to an HIV cure

The results of a novel study presented by Emory researchers during the International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference in Brisbane, Australia, have revealed exciting findings in the pursuit of an HIV cure. The study, led by Monica ...

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