Melbourne woman Lynette Rowe is one of around 10,000 people born with thalidomide-related disabilities.
Thalidomide is notorious for causing death and disability but it – and its derivatives – are proving useful for conditions such as leprosy.
Saving lives, one ear at a time.
A novel molecule has been used to target stem cells to damaged tissues within the body, allowing more efficient cell therapy for the treatment of arthritis, Crohn's, cardiovascular disease and MS
US researchers have identified specific gene expressions and microbes associated with the inflammatory bowel disease Crohn’s…
Inflammatory bowel disease is one of a variety of unrelated but ongoing gastrointestinal disorders.
Inflammatory bowel disease is a group of inflammatory conditions of the colon and small intestine that can cause life-threatening complications and may require surgery. Luckily, current therapies offer…