Second-line HIV drugs have the potential to work better when used together, but not for all patients. Now researchers have discovered how that synergy might work, suggesting to develop better HIV drugs.
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Jefferson study suggests treating babies who have neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) with buprenorphine could cut treatment time nearly in half, from an average of 28 days to 15 days.
When National Geographic asked the question, “What makes a genius?” their reporter turned to Dr. Andrew Newberg, director of research at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health at Jefferson.
Thomas Jefferson University researcher Jay Schneider Ph.D., was recently featured on Ideastream’s multimedia health information program, Be Well: Lead Poisoning, a program that aired on a PBS member station in Cleveland, to discuss the harmful effects of led poisoning.