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When we think of saving a life, we think of someone jumping into freezing water to rescue people trapped in a car that slid off an icy road, or a firefighter running into a burning building to pull out a child.
On Nov, 30, friends, family and community members gathered at On the Hill Tavern to help raise money for a Somerville man who's heading to Pittsburgh this month for a major medical procedure.
Human stem cells have been converted into functioning lung cells for the first time, paving the way for better models of lung diseases, ways to test potential drugs and, ultimately, creation of tissue for lung transplants.
The Registry of the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation: thirtieth adult lung and heart-lung transplant report--2013; focus theme: age.
Basilea Pharmaceutica Ltd. announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration designated isavuconazole as a Qualified Infectious Disease Product for the treatment of invasive aspergillosis.
The mood in the room was somber as five doctors, a nurse, and a social worker pulled their chairs around the table and turned to address Autumn Chenkus and Charlie Higgs.
The advance, reported by Columbia University Medical Center researchers, has significant potential for modeling lung disease, screening drugs, studying human lung development, and, ultimately, generating lung tissue for transplantation.
An editorial by Harry P. Selker, MD, MSPH, William H. Frist, MD, and Stuart Altman, PhD, published in the November 27 issue of Science Translational Medicine says the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is an example of the role of experimentation in improving health at the public policy level.
By converting stem cells into functioning lung and airway cells, scientists have taken the first step towards rebuilding a damaged pulmonary system.
Lyndsey McLaughlin and Diana Rodriguez, two New York women from different worlds, never imagined their paths would cross, let alone that a life-changing event would connect them for the rest of their lives.
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Powered by a set of new lungs and unshakable optimism, every step of Cross' journey defied grim medical statistics and a legion of doctors who were skeptical the Missoula 20-year-old would ever live this long - or experience a walk through Seattle's Pike Place Market.
In this Nov. 19, 2013 photo, Wesley Cross leans back from exertion during a physical therapy session at Community Medical Center with physical therapist Jared Hartley, in Missoula, Mont.