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Dec 9, 2021

When Nicole and James Angiolino’s son Joey was diagnosed with the rare disease Hurler’s Syndrome at seven months old, they did everything they could to save his life. They left their eldest son Nicholas, their family, friends, and teaching careers behind and headed to Duke University Hospital in North Carolina to...


Nov 17, 2021

Anxiety, stress, and exhaustion are on the rise and impacting many of us. With a lot happening in our world that we don’t have much control over, our routines have been disrupted and it’s affecting our overall health and mindset. Combine that with the stress holidays can bring, and you have a recipe for...


Oct 27, 2021

Men across the globe are dying too young. In the US, three out of four suicides are men, and one in eight (around 10.8 million) will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and testicular cancer, the most common cancers in young men. Our fathers, partners, brothers, and friends are facing a health crisis that isn’t being...


Sep 29, 2021

There’s no question that clinical research is the backbone of healthcare invention, helping to improve the prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. But at the heart of it all you’ll find that patients are the true lifeblood of clinical research, keeping things moving and allowing researchers to...


Aug 25, 2021

Medical devices are an integral part to many procedures and treatments, and last month we started to investigate the vast and innovative world of these types of technologies in a two-part series on The Latest Dose. In part one, our esteemed guests, Dr. Khaudeja Bano, the executive medical director of combination product...