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An international team of researchers, including engineering faculty at Washington University in St. Louis, has determined what sources contribute to pollution and the health effects they have on global, regional and smaller scales.
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New research in mice has shown that some investigational Alzheimer’s therapies are more effective when paired with a treatment geared toward improving drainage of fluid and debris from the brain, according to a study led by researchers at Washingto ...
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A new study from Washington University suggests that a minor adjustment to the current standard treatment — giving chemotherapy in the morning rather than the evening — could add a few months to patients’ survival.
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Zika virus can activate immune cells to destroy an aggressive brain cancer in mice, giving a powerful boost to an immunotherapy drug and sparking long-lasting immunological memory, according to a study from School of Medicine researchers.