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A significant Phase 2/3 clinical trial has been launched to evaluate a new approach for treating heart damage associated with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The study will involve early diagnosis of heart damage through cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and treatment with the anti-fibrosis drug eplerenone. Learn more about the study.
A new law allows international physicians to participate in supervised hands-on training at Ohio's academic medical centers.Read More »
Cincinnati Children's leads multicenter study of an intensified treatment for neuroblastoma.Read More »
An experimental drug dubbed "Rhosin" blocks cancer cell growth and promotes neurite development in lab tests.Read More »
Early studies in mice show that augmenting a protein pathway in the body's blood-making system protects against radiation poisoning.Read more »
A protein called thrombospondin activates a protective pathway that prevents heart cell damage in mice.Read more »
Watch this presentation on pediatric obesity to earn CME credit.Watch the video »
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