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The U.S. is allocating $48 million to Every Cure to harness AI to find answers and treatments for the 30 million Americans who are currently facing rare diseases.
VR glasses gives senior man immersive experience
Virtual reality headsets can highlight issues with navigation in people at increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease before any cognitive concerns appear.
Amyloid beta peptide, illustration
A key mechanism may explain how amyloid protein is cleared from the brain via multisensory gamma stimulation.
Colorectal Cancer
Researchers have developed a platform to identify genetic mutations in tumor cells that could widen access to personalized immunotherapy treatments for cancer.
3D rendering representing interaction between brain neurons
Slow brain waves are associated with restful, refreshing sleep, and a new study in mice, has now demonstrated that brain waves also help flush waste out of the brain during sleep. The findings could potentially be useful in preventing or delaying neurological diseases.
Colon cancer
Blocking SOX17 function or the pathway it activates may be a potential way to treat early-stage cancers before they grow into larger tumors. 
Heterozygosity in human leukocyte antigen (HLA) reduces risk of developing lung cancer, especially in smokers, according to a new study.
T cell attacking cancer cell, illustration
New research describes a potential new anticancer immunotherapy that targets the activin receptor 1C on T cells to boost the immune system's attack against cancer cells.
Egeblad_Chronic Stress drives cancer metastasis
Chronic stress increases metastasis in mouse models of breast cancer through a mechanism whereby stress hormones trigger neutrophils to form spider-web-like structures that create a metastasis-friendly environment.
Colon cancer. Cancer attacking cell. Colon disease concept
A new study led by researchers at Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands has shown that artificial intelligence (AI) can significantly improve the outcome of colonoscopies.

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