Monthly Archives: April 2018

Study reveals subtypes of lymphoma

Researchers identified genetic subtypes of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, the most common type of lymphoma, and showed that these subtypes can be used to predict treatment response. …read more

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Sleep deprivation increases Alzheimer’s protein

In a small study, losing just one night of sleep led to an increase in beta-amyloid, a protein in the brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease. …read more

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Epstein-Barr virus and autoimmune diseases

Researchers found a mechanism that may explain why the Epstein-Barr virus is associated with certain autoimmune illnesses such as lupus. …read more

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    Lab Culture Ep. 9: What is the APHL Emerging Leader Program?

Lab Culture Ep. 9: What is the APHL Emerging Leader Program?

What is the Emerging Leader Program (ELP)? APHL staff, Pandora Ray and Kajari Shah, share how the ELP got its start and how it has progressed. This year’s ELP cohort is producing three episodes for Lab Culture that will be released over the coming weeks. Stay tuned!
APHL Emerging Leader Program
(Cohort 9 is pictured above. […]

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I Wrote “The Truth About the 7,000.” Now What?

It began with a death and a lingering question. After a friend — an advocate who knew what to do to stay alive — died of an AIDS-related cause a few months ago, I was left wondering why. Together with other deaths in the news of people “unexpectedly” dying the same way, it felt […]

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