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Marc D. Succi, MD, Ottavia Zattra, and colleagues warn oncologists to plan for a surge of new and more advanced cancer diagnoses in upcoming months and years because of suboptimal CT imaging during—and after—the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Raymond T. Chung, MD, vice chief of the Division of Gastroenterology and director of Hepatology and the Liver Center, and colleagues defined a molecular signature that predicts progression of early-stage liver fibrosis within five years in an etiology-agnostic manner, which can inform anti-fibrotic drug development.
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Severe COVID-19 may shift from being primarily lung-localized to a systemic disease, Massachusetts General Hospital researchers say. They noted early peaks in alveolar markers but later peaks in endothelial markers associated with renin–angiotensin system dysfunction, cardiac and kidney injury, and 28-day outcome.
The study involves multiple visits over 6 months. You will complete an 8-week stress reduction treatment that includes a medical device worn in the ear and attend MRI and PET scans. You will also complete daily migraine diaries online.
We are seeking individuals who self-identify as having high stress to participate in a randomized study using a mindfulness-based, stress-reduction intervention and PET-MR imaging.