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Treatment Strategies

Researchers are transforming scientific discoveries into lifesaving medicines. Explore the latest innovations.

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Organ Donation: The Gift that Keeps on Giving

More than 120,000 people are on the waiting list for an organ in the United States. But just one donor can save as many as eight lives.

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Researcher Profile: Salim Mujais

Salim and his team at Astellas serve as the bridge between drug discovery and drug delivery.

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Researcher Profile: Luiz Miguel Camargo

As director of innovation networks at UCB, Dr. Luiz Miguel Camargo helps identify tools that researchers use to discover transformative medicines.

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A Critical Quest: Working Toward Better Treatments for Brain Cancer

A Critical Quest: Working Toward Better Treatments for Brain Cancer

Glioblastoma is the most aggressive form of brain cancer, and one that impacts more than 12,000 Americans each year.

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Vaccines Advancing Human Health

Vaccines Advancing Human Health

For decades we have seen unparalleled progress in vaccine development, with more than 260 vaccines in the development pipeline to treat and prevent diseases.

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Progress Treating Diabetes

Progress Treating Diabetes

It is important to remember that while significant progress has been made in treatment, diabetes remains the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. Currently, 30 million Americans have diabetes and 1.4 million new cases are diagnosed each year.

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A Pipeline of Promise: Immuno-oncology

We are in a new era of medicine, powered in part by the advancements and innovations being made in the field of immuno-oncology or immunotherapy

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Helping Diabetes Patients Thrive

Diabetes is a serious condition that effects more than 30 million Americans. While complications of the disease can be dire, there is hope.

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