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Keeping Brains Alive: Why UTSW Researchers Are Isolating the Organ From the Body

A device built at UTSW isolates blood flow to the brain and mimics the rhythms and volume of a heart.
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What I Learned at Dallas’ First Biohacking Clinic

At AdvancedYou BioHacking, I went through the Super Human Protocol to experience the latest in wellness and fitness.
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Cockroach, Scorpion, Centipede, Leech: UTSW Study Shows Eastern Medicine’s Effectiveness for Heart Attack Patients

A centuries-old Chinese treatment made from insects and herbs significantly reduced the risk of heart attacks, deaths, and other major cardiovascular complications for heart attack patients.
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Dallas Lands $2.5 Billion Federal Biotech and Life Science Hub

After two years of campaigning, Pegasus Park will be home to the consumer experience arm of ARPA-H, an independent federal agency focused on solving the most difficult health challenges.
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Malaria Came Back to Texas, But Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Panic

UT Southwestern parasitologist Margaret Phillips discusses the local spread of malaria in Texas.
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UTSW Study: Patients Prefer Immediate Access to Test Results

An overwhelming majority of respondents are taking advantage of a law that allows all test results to be accessed without physician counsel.
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$20 Million in CPRIT Cancer Research Funds Heading to North Texas

UT Dallas received $6 million to recruit an established researcher from the University of Rochester.
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Drunk Mice Are Sobering Up Twice As Fast With This Hormone Treatment, UTSW Study Finds

Mice who were injected with the liver hormone recovered from binge drinking sessions in half the time as their peers.
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New UTSW Research Could Pave the Way for Future Studies into the Role of Genetics in Obesity

In a recent study in mice, a genetic mutation was shown to result in obesity, even with normal diet and activity.
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UTSW Is Part of a National Initiative to Advance Brain Tumor Treatment and Diagnosis

Progress in treating nervous system tumors has lagged, but this collaboration aims to use big data to improve outcomes.
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