Mayo medical student jump-starts school curriculum to identify victims of human trafficking

As human trafficking evolves as a health concern, medical schools are starting to include the topic in education. However, it’s still in the early stages, says a Mayo Clinic study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. The research was led by third-year medical student at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, Jennifer Talbott, who suggested that human trafficking training be included in the curriculum at the school.

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Certain liver cells may help prevent organ rejection after transplant and other conditions, study finds

Mesenchymal stromal cells from fat tissue and bone marrow are widely used in therapeutic trials for their anti-inflammatory qualities, but new Mayo Clinic research finds that liver cells may be of greater value.

The study, published in Liver Transplantation, finds that liver mesenchymal stromal cells have immunoregulatory qualities that make them more effective than similar cells derived from adipose, or fat, tissue and bone marrow.

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Mayo Clinic تفحص تسلسل 100 ألف مشارك لبناء قاعدة بيانات للجينوم البشري لتحسين الرعاية والبحث بالتعاون مع Helix

تقوم Mayo Clinic بإنشاء مكتبة من بيانات تسلسل الجينوم البشري بخصوص 100000 مشارك في Mayo Clinic تمت الموافقة عليهم من أجل النهوض بالبحوث ورعاية المرضى.

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