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Quickly identifying Clostridium difficile can speed treatment options and potentially reduce severity of this highly infectious disease. A new device, dubbed an “electronic nose,” can sniff out different strains of C. difficile, according to its creators.  The electronic nose was developed by rese...(Read More)
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently launched a worldwide online resource that enables visitors to explore and compare research regulations in different countries. Called ClinRegs​, the website’s tagline summarizes its purpose: “Aggregating clinical research regulations from around the ...(Read More)
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Increasing type 2 diabetes rates in low- and middle-income countries could affect efforts to decrease and eliminate tuberculosis worldwide, finds a new study, published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology​. The two conditions can raise the risk of adverse outcomes for those who have both, si...(Read More)
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Point-of-care (POC) tests have the potential to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs by producing quick, onsite results, yet primary care clinicians have not widely adopted these tests in many high-income settings. A new paper in BMJ Open​ reveals that doctors are interested in making greater ...(Read More)
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