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New Treatment

The FDA has approved a new treatment for chronic liver disorder. (Stock Photo)

New Treatment For Those With Hepatitis C

The Food and Drug Administration has approved another new treatment for the chronic liver disorder known as Hepatitis C.

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NephRx Gets Patent For Peptide In Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Kalamazoo-based NephRx Corp. has been issued of a United States patent for use of its novel growth factor peptide NX002 as a potential treatment for inflammatory bowel disease.


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DMC Offers High-Tech Method To Reduce Amputation in Diabetics

The Detroit Medical Center Cardiovascular Institute has implemented a ground-breaking new medical technology designed to protect patients with diabetes-related arterial disease from the risk of foot or leg amputation.



DMC Michigan’s First To Offer Breakthrough Technology To Correct Irregular Heartbeat

The DMC Cardiovascular Institute is the first in Michigan to offer a new breakthrough technology to correct atrial fibrillation.


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Drug Combination Shows Promise for Newly Diagnosed Blood Cancer

A new three-drug combination used to treat the blood cancer multiple myeloma may be effective as a front-line therapy for newly diagnosed patients, according to a study led by the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer […]