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BioGenerator Company Accuronix is Developing Novel Cancer Therapy to Kill Cancer Cells in New Way

The Accuronix drug is designed to treat pancreatic cancer and is having success in the lab targeting other types of cancer.

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The Future of Livestock Feed Introduced at Trilateral AgriFood Innovation Symposium in St. Louis

The self-contained PastureBox system can produce up to 3,000 pounds of premium fresh-sprouted livestock feed every day.

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Washington University Study Examines Role of Tighter School Security on Academic Performance

Study examines ramped-up school security measures in response to school shootings and how they relate to academic performance and student outcomes.

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Sedentary Lifestyle Combined With Sugary Diet Is Proven Worse For Men Than For Women

MU School of Medicine study is the first to show how a sedentary lifestyle combined with a sugary diet is even worse for men than for women.

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New Year’s Fitness for Seniors: Helping Seniors Stay Healthy & Happy

Mercy fitness classes for seniors may be the perfect way to make good on a New Year’s resolution. Participants say it helps to keep them healthy and happy.

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Mercy Pet Peace of Mind Program Helps Hospice Patients and Their Pets

Mercy Pet Peace of Mind is keeping dogs, cats and people together as long as possible during the end-of-life transition through Mercy Hospice.

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Healthy New Approach to New Year’s Resolutions Could Mean – Wait Until Spring!

By Kathleen Berger, Executive Producer for Science and Technology For many people, ringing in 2023 is a new beginning starting with a New Year’s resolution. A behavioral scientist at Washington University in St. Louis advised to give the idea of any New Year’s resolution more thought. “My take on it is that maybe January is […]

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New Year’s Resolution for Healthier Eating You Can Actually Keep

Eating healthier in the new year may take a new approach. Mercy dietitian says slow and steady wins the race!

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WashU’s COVID-19 Nasal Vaccine Is Approved In India & WashU Licensed Technology to Ocugen in U.S.

A nasal vaccine for COVID-19 developed at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is on the path to becoming available in the U.S.

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SLU Researcher Leads Development of Treatment For A Liver Disease That Has Long Been Untreatable

After about 30 years of research, a St. Louis University scientist and his colleagues have a possible new treatment for a genetic liver disease.

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