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27/05/2020

NIH releases strategic plan to accelerate nutrition research over next 10 years

With a focus on precision nutrition, the plan reflects the wide range of nutrition research supported across the agency. Read More

26/05/2020

Study confirms effective, less toxic alternative to standard treatment for adults with Burkitt lymphoma

Dose-adjusted EPOCH-R is already an option for diffuse large B-cell lymphomas and can be administered in an outpatient setting. Read More

22/05/2020

Peer-reviewed data shows remdesivir for COVID-19 improves time to recovery

Preliminary results from NIH clinical trial published. Read More

19/05/2020

NIH-funded study to investigate pregnancy outcomes resulting from COVID-19 pandemic

Researchers to evaluate medical records of 21,000 pregnant women Read More

18/05/2020

NIH Director: Defeating COVID-19 requires unprecedented action and collaboration

ever has a public-private biomedical research effort of this scope and scale come together with such speed and determination. Read More

18/05/2020

Autism risk estimated at 3 to 5% for children whose parents have a sibling with autism

NIH-funded study is first population-wide estimate of autism risk of children whose aunts or uncles have the condition. Read More

15/05/2020

Investigational ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine protects monkeys against COVID-19 pneumonia

Study provided data for clinical testing to commence. Read More

14/05/2020

NIH begins clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin to treat COVID-19

Study enrolling adults with mild to moderate COVID-19 in the United States. Read More

14/05/2020

Repurposed drug helps obese mice lose weight, improve metabolic function

Treatment with disulfiram, normally prescribed to treat alcohol use disorder, shows health benefits in animal study. Read More

11/05/2020

Coordinated strategy to accelerate multiple COVID-19 vaccine candidates is key, NIH experts say

More than one effective vaccine approach likely will be required to successfully protect the global community from SARS-CoV-2. Read More