All articles by Daniel Garrun

  1. Micro-machines: nanotech offers new possibilities for disease detection and drug delivery

    Molecular machines nearly 4,000 times narrower than a human hair could soon be navigating their way through our bodies, performing…
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    17 May
  2. Using shark antibodies to treat Alzheimer’s disease

    Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a major area of unmet need. With one in six people…
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    1 Mar
  3. India’s drug price overhaul: a question of balance

    India’s policy of placing price caps on pharmaceutical products is set for a shake-up, as the government considers dismantling the…
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    8 Jan
  4. How rebuilding entire immune systems could be the key to curing MS

    A pioneering treatment, which involves destroying a patient’s immune system before replacing it with a new one created from their…
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    6 Sep
  5. Taking the sting out of painkillers: how close are we to ending the opiate epidemic?

    Pain relief sits at the cornerstone of any modern healthcare system. Though the precise incidence is unclear, it is estimated…
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    4 Sep
  6. Psilocybin vs. depression: London study overcomes obstacles to show encouraging results

    Magic mushrooms might sound like an unlikely depression drug. Associated more with the 1960s' counterculture than with modern medical science,…
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    15 Aug
  7. How text mining is opening up clinical research

    The amount of information that can be accessed at the click of a button today is staggering, and its potential…
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    21 Jun
  8. Could clinical trial data go mobile?

    Over the past few years, mobile health (mHealth) technology has advanced at a rate of knots. From wearable fitness trackers…
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    12 Jun
  9. Gut Bacteria: manipulating the microbiome

    In recent years, the human microbiota has attracted attention as one of the most intriguing and underexplored areas of medical…
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    16 May
  10. Groundbreaking medicine: the T-cell revolution

    On 16 February 2016, the headlines were unambiguous: "T-cell therapy offers lasting cure prospects"; "New cancer therapy could give hope…
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    4 May
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