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AI can predict future ulcerative colitis flare-ups

AI model could predict ulcerative colitis flare-ups and complications after reading biopsies taken during colonoscopies.
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Improve multiple sclerosis treatment in the UK

Phillip Anderson, Head of Policy at the MS Society UK, describes the need to improve multiple sclerosis treatment, care & support, including access to disease modifying therapies.
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Multiple sclerosis facts & trends

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, walks us through multiple sclerosis facts & trends.
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Diabetes – Is life without insulin possible?

Imagine a life without insulin: Research is bringing us closer to a cure and could change the lives of diabetes patients
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Exosome therapy for brittle bone disease

Pascale V Guillot, Associate Professor at University College London, investigates the possibility of exosome therapy for those living with brittle bone disease.
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Imcyse presents Imotopes™ – autoimmune disease treatment

ImotopesTM: a radically new approach to the treatment of autoimmune diseases – now entering Ph.2 testing in type 1 diabetes.
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Non-melanoma skin cancer

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, describes the main focus of non-melanoma skin cancer, including its steadily rising incidence in the UK.

Secrets of the immune system could help unlock future MS treatments

Researchers have identified why certain cells in the body, known as Th17 cells can go rogue and promote the onset of MS

Where do you get information about food allergy or celiac disease and food safety?

Rick Goodman, University of Nebraska, discusses food allergy risk assessments for new foods in different countries
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Contemporary immunology and its relationship to medicine

Peter Bretscher, Professor of Biochemistry, Microbiology & Immunology at the University of Saskatchewan, explores important immunological questions
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NIH discover new potential therapy for eye diseases

A new study shows promise for future therapies for blinding eye diseases, uveitis and multiple sclerosis.
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Foundations of Immunology and their Pertinence to Medicine

Peter Bretscher at the University of Saskatchewan discusses his research in Immunology.
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Research says COVID vaccines work for 90% of immunosuppressed people

New research finds that COVID vaccines work for 90% of people who are currently immunosuppressed due to their medication.
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Immunocompromised patients show low immune response after second vaccine

According to the OCTAVE study, immunocompromised patients presented low immune responses after two doses of the same COVID-19 vaccine.
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Clinical trial to test third COVID-19 vaccine for people with weakened immune systems

A new clinical trial will investigate whether a third COVID-19 vaccine dose gives a stronger immune response for people with weakened immune systems.
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Campaigners call for approval of life saving COVID-19 antibody treatments

A group of patient bodies, charities and senior clinicians have urged the Government to approve the use of life-saving COVID-19 antibody treatments.

Immune system research: Vaccines and immunotherapeutics

Dr Babita Agrawal, Professor at the University of Alberta, discusses both the vital present and future roles of vaccines and immunotherapeutics in combatting COVID-19.
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Curative approach to severe autoimmune diseases

Andrew Mackie, VP Business Development tells us how Imcyse, a Belgian immunotherapy expert, seeks a curative approach to severe autoimmune diseases.
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Childhood trauma linked to multiple sclerosis development

Scientist have found that childhood trauma could affect the development and treatment of multiple sclerosis in adulthood.
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Scientists use immune system to predict likelihood of long COVID

Cambridge researchers have published their findings on how the immune system could be an early clue for the later development of severe or long COVID.

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