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Rare Disease Day at NIH event features advances in rare diseases research

Rare diseases affect an estimated 25 million Americans. Read More


NIH-supported trials of testosterone therapy in older men report mixed results

Hormone treatment improved bone strength and hemoglobin levels; may increase cardiovascular risk; had no effect on cognition. Read More


Experimental PfSPZ malaria vaccine provides durable protection against multiple strains in NIH clinical trial

Earlier research found the vaccine to be safe, well-tolerated and protective for more than a year Read More


NIH begins study of vaccine to protect against mosquito-borne diseases

Experimental vaccine targets mosquito saliva. Read More


Investigational PfSPZ malaria vaccine demonstrates considerable protection in Malian adults for duration of malaria season

In 2015, 212 million cases of malaria occurred worldwide, and 429,000 people with malaria died. Read More


Survival rate may be improving for extremely preterm infants

NIH-funded study also observes less neurological impairment among surviving infants. Read More


International study suggests Nodding syndrome caused by response to parasitic protein

NIH-funded study also identifies potential new mechanism for some forms of epilepsy. Read More


NIH research helps explain how antibody treatment led to sustained remission of HIV-like virus

Research presents a new target for HIV prevention and treatment, and sheds light on how HIV develops. Read More


Epilepsy drug discovered in fish model shows promise in small pediatric clinical trial

NIH-funded research suggests zebrafish models may be efficient resource for identifying drugs for clinical use. Read More


Hair analysis may help diagnose Cushing Syndrome, NIH researchers report

Small study suggests that high cortisol level in hair may foretell hard-to-diagnose disorder. Read More