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Black patients die of pulmonary fibrosis at younger ages than white patients
New research by Ayodeji Adegunsoye has found that Black patients with pulmonary fibrosis are significantly younger than their Hispanic and white counterparts across a wide variety of disease metrics.
A really interesting and beautiful molecule
After three decades of research, Dean Anderson is still focused on CaMKII, the protein kinase that has been linked to arrhythmia and other heart conditions.
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