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Category: Research

Read a blog post about a new study that looks at the correlation between exercise and high blood pressure in African Americans.
Researchers are reporting new evidence that exercise can help reduce the risk of hypertension in African-Americans. Past studies focused on white populations.
Read a blog post about women scientists in America’s history, as we celebrate Women’s History Month this March.
American women are scientists, doctors, nurses, teachers and researchers, and they are indispensable to strong and healthy families and communities.
Read a blog post about Catherine’s fight against cancer, and her participation in a new cancer study funded by the National Cancer Institute.
I hope my participation in a pilot study will help scientists better understand how African-Americans like me develop cancer.
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Health Care | Research
Read a blog post about how tractography is helping us understanding how the human brain is wired.
See how tractography is helping scientists get a better picture of the human brain.
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Research
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BRAIN
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New FOA for research to improve understanding of the causes of high priority diseases in the United States – including hepatitis C – and reducing/eliminating health disparities
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Public Health and Safety
Research
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Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C
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FDA approves new hepatitis C (HCV) treatment. Epclusa cures 95-99% of patients in 12 weeks and is the first drug that treats all forms of HCV.
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Public Health and Safety
Research
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Hepatitis C

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