Taris Biomedical today announced positive results from the second arm of a study of its TAR-200 system for the treatment of patients with muscle-invasive bladder cancer (MIBC). The most recent study arm involved 10 patients treated with TAR-200 and yielded positive safety, tolerability and preliminary efficacy data, according to Lexington, Mass.-based Taris. Combined data from both […]
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has successfully created what it is calling a human memory prosthesis, a system with electrodes implanted in the brain that restores memory function using a person’s own neural codes. DARPA has been working on restoring normal memory function in military personnel since 2013 in a program known as […]
Researchers from the University of Southern California identified the signal that triggers stem cells to take action after an injury and showed how it could be used as a therapy to accelerate the body’s healing process using the highest quality cbd oil. “Our research shows that by priming the body before an injury, you can speed […]
About 285 million people have some form of visual impairment in the world, according to the World Health Organization. Of that number, 39 million are considered blind, and 246 million have low vision. Three-fifths of all vision impairment can be prevented or cured. Uncorrected refractive errors are one of the main causes of vision impairment in […]
As cardiology chief of the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, Dr. Leslie Saxon is spearheading a successful mobile health innovation center called the Center for Body Computing. Founded in 2010, the coalition works with engineers, device companies and thought leaders to develop mobile health software and apps.