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New support for personalised medicine and cell therapy

New support for personalised medicine and cell therapy

Researchers have been awarded grants to help support research on personalised medicine and cell therapy. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) research enterprise...
Skeletal Rare Diseases Academy launched by IOF

Skeletal Rare Diseases Academy launched by IOF

A new International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) initiative has been launched to support communication, educational programmes, and research advances in rare disorders of the bone. The...
Groundbreaking research to restore myelin sheaths in multiple sclerosis

Groundbreaking research to restore myelin sheaths in multiple sclerosis

A groundbreaking study has identified an important mechanism that can be used to control the restoration of myelin sheaths in patients with degenerative diseases,...
First at-home treatment for spinal muscular atrophy approved by FDA

First at-home treatment for spinal muscular atrophy approved by FDA

The first at-home, orally administered treatment for spinal muscular atrophy has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The treatment – Evrysdi...
Innovation, technology, and evidence-based treatment for spinal cord injury

Innovation, technology, and evidence-based treatment for spinal cord injury

HEQ explores innovation in the treatment of spinal cord injury. Injuries to the spinal cord, whether they are caused by an acute trauma such as...
Capture the Fracture aims for 25% reduction in osteoporosis fractures

Capture the Fracture aims for 25% reduction in osteoporosis fractures

UCB Amgen has today announced a collaboration with the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) to support its Capture the Fracture® programme. The Capture the Fracture® programme...
Adoption of innovation is essential to the future of osteoporosis care

Adoption of innovation is essential to the future of osteoporosis care

The reality of healthcare in 2020 is that innovations that can have a positive impact on patient care aren’t always readily available to those...
New findings on melorheostosis could pave the way for future treatments

New findings on melorheostosis could pave the way for future treatments

Researchers have put forward new insights that may inform the search for new treatments for melorheostosis. Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have discovered...
Stem cells: what do bones have to do with boosting immunity?

Stem cells: what do bones have to do with boosting immunity?

A newly discovered memory that is stored in our bones has revealed the surprising role of stem cells in boosting our immunity. A  research team...
Tennis court, tennis racket and tennis balls

All you need is love: study finds tennis is better than the gym

A new study suggests playing tennis beats going to the gym when it comes to preventing muscle and bone problems in later life In the...
Vitamin D on chalkboard surrounded by food

Sunshine Vitamin: 65% of Brits lack vitamin D

The British weather is known for being cold, rainy and lacking sunshine which means brits are missing out on essential health benefits that the...

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