Taking cues from cancer treatment and research, this new approach to dementia and Alzheimer's focuses on individuals.
Personalized neurogenerative disease treatment and research takes cues from cancer innovations.
By studying MS and gene therapy in mice, researchers may be on the path to reversing the disease in humans.
Gene therapy and a T cell-blocking medication could be the key to reversing MS.
Certain dementia patients present greater risk for aggressive behavior.
Dementia-related aggression could be more problematic than similar behaviors in Alzheimer's because of where each disease affects the brain.
The MasSpec Pen can make cancer surgery faster and safer.
Both surgeons and patients have more peace of mind with a new cancer identification tool.
Red meat and poultry consumption at high levels could increase diabetes risk.
While not as risky as read meat, white meat also has links with diabetes.
The shingles vaccine could help with arthritis treatment.
A shingles vaccine could have twofold benefits for arthritis patients.