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The achievements detailed in this year’s Research Annual Report illustrate how scientists of the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation are filling in the future: using their talent to ask and answer the big questions, to envision and create a better world.VIEW THE REPORT
Bio-marker identified in hard-to-treat asthma patients.
Why do some asthma patients respond well to corticosteroids while others do not? A new study reveals that VNN-1 gene expression is required for corticosteroids to be effective during an asthma attack. Gurjit Khurana Hershey, MD, PhD and her research team discovered the revealing bio-marker and are using their findings to develop new treatments for hard-to-treat asthma cases. Read more.
Explore highlights of the exciting research happening at Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation with Research Horizons.
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