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Dr. Adrienne Campbell-Washburn speaking at NHLBI’s Division of Lung Diseases 50th anniversary symposium
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Research Feature
NIH researchers can maintain image quality from different scanning systems while reducing or avoiding radiation exposure When doctors want detailed images of the lungs, more often than not they turn to chest CT scans . Over the years these scans have been particularly useful in diagnosing lung diseases—so useful, in fact, that in the United States,...
Woman snoring in bed.
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Research Feature
For much of her life, Sarah Gorman, 71, battled a mysterious illness that left her tired, sleepless, and unable to concentrate. When her symptoms first started in her 20s, she turned to doctors for help. They diagnosed her with depression and referred her to a psychiatrist, but Gorman soon rejected that diagnosis because, she said, she simply did...
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NHLBI in the Press
Two studies partly funded by NHLBI have shown remarkable results in the treatment of patients with cystic fibrosis who also have at least one copy of the Phe508del CFTR, the most common CF-causing mutation.
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NHLBI in the Press
Researchers have struggled to capture how mitochondrial DNA escapes the mitochondria—the energy powerhouse—in living cells. But now, a study published in the journal Science, provides an understanding of this process and could explain how inflammation occurs in autoimmune diseases.
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NHLBI in the Press
Chemicals that comprise flavored e-liquids and pods may cause harmful effects to lung tissue, including inflammation and genetic damage that could indicate long-term risk for respiratory disease and even cancer, according to a new research study.