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It seems like a slam dunk. Why not repurpose already approved or well-studied drug candidates for conditions where treatments are desperately needed? Wouldn’t that...
Important scientific, governmental, and technical issues have stymied diversity among patients and researchers involved in genetic medicine, restricting the medical benefits for underrepresented groups.
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Preliminary research from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), a division of the NIH, showed that bone marrow transplants prevented or improved blood vessel disease in the brains of adults with sickle cell disease.
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