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US & Canada · Portland
Parents welcome twins from embryos frozen 30 years ago
Parents from Portland, Oregon have welcomed twins born from embryos frozen 30 years ago. They may have been the longest-frozen embryos to ever result in a live birth. See the Story
66% Center coverage: 94 sources
US & Canada · New York
'Good' cholesterol may not protect against heart disease, study finds
For decades doctors have been telling their patients that high levels of HDL, otherwise known as “good cholesterol,” could protect them from heart disease. But a new study suggests that having a lot of so-called good cholesterol doesn’t mean a lower risk of heart attacks. See the Story
69% Center coverage: 48 sources
FDA · Washington
$3.5M gene therapy for hemophilia gets FDA approval
U.S. health regulators on Tuesday approved the first gene therapy for hemophilia, a $3.5 million one-time treatment for the blood-clotting disorder.See the Story
61% Center coverage: 39 sources
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Perceived Discrimination Tied to Worse Recovery After MI in Young
Among adults aged 55 and younger who survived an MI, experiencing discrimination in day-to-day life was associated worse recovery — greater chest pain, worse quality of life — a year later.See the Story
Heart Disease Deaths Spiked During COVID After 10-Year Decline
The sharp increase in the heart disease death rate in adults in 2020, the first year of the pandemic, especially in Black adults and younger adults, should serve as a wake-up call, says one expert.See the Story
Managing T-DXd Adverse Events in the Real World
Trastuzumab deruxtecan (T-DXd) has been on the market since 2019 for breast cancer. Expanding use of this drug has led to growing awareness among oncologists. Nausea and vomiting are among the most common low-grade adverse events.See the Story
FDA Rejects Piziotinib for Certain Types of NSCLC
Poziotinib is a potent oral pan-HER tyrosine kinase inhibitor with activity in patients with these mutations. Clinical data from the ZENITH20 Trial reported last year showed an overall response rate of 43.8%. The change is effective immediately, and the company is now in the process of reducing its R&D workforce by approximately 75%.See the Story
Fire Hazard Alert About Omnipod 5 'Artificial Pancreas' Charger
Insulet has alerted users of the Omnipod 5 Automated Insulin Delivery (AID) System about a potential fire hazard. The Medical Device Correction notice issued November 14 is not a recall. Users are advised to check the charging port on the controller to see if it is "melted, deformed, or discolored"See the Story
Highly Processed Foods 'as Addictive' as Tobacco
Highly processed foods can be as addictive as tobacco, according to a new US study, while other data show that a combination of a low carb diet and psychoeducational intervention can reduce food addiction.See the Story
Top Georgia Court Orders the US State's Abortion Law Back Into Effect
Georgia's Supreme Court did not give a reason for its unanimous order. The state law, which originally took effect this past summer, has been challenged by Planned Parenthood and other abortion rights groups. The law was immediately blocked because of the right to abortion recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court.See the Story
Elizabeth Holmes sentenced: inside the Theranos founder’s downfall
She was the Silicon Valley poster girl with a $9 billion company who charmed everyone from Bill Clinton to Henry Kissinger. Her downfall was vertiginous. As she’s sentenced to over 11 years for fraud, Samuel Fishwick asks: who is the real Elizabeth Holmes?See the Story
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