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Research News from Local VA Medical Centers and our Academic and Federal Research Partners

10/16/2018 Number of Veterans Affairs facilities offering acupuncture growing rapidly (Genetic Engineering News )
10/15/2018 UC San Diego Health's Lucila Ohno-Machado elected to National Academy of Medicine (University of California, San Diego)
10/12/2018 Religious freedom laws linked to poor health in LGBT people (University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences )
10/12/2018 Benzodiazepines in patients with COPD and PTSD may increase suicide risk (American Thoracic Society)
10/10/2018 Prescience: Helping doctors predict the future (University of Washington)
10/04/2018 Gastric banding as effective as metformin in slowing prediabetes, type two diabetes (National Institutes of Health)
10/03/2018 Even light drinking increases risk of death (Washington University School of Medicine)
10/01/2018 Genetics of cholesterol point to possible drug targets for heart disease, diabetes (Stanford Medicine)
09/27/2018 New gene variants associated with chronic back pain (PLOS)
09/26/2018 Wearable defibrillator lowers sudden cardiac death, but only when you wear it (University of California, San Francisco)
09/26/2018 Hit 'em where they eat: Stealth drug fights resistant bacteria (University of Washington Health Sciences)
09/26/2018 Being older helps skin heal with less scarring, and now researchers know why (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
09/25/2018 New study reveals potential therapeutic approach to enhance KC migration in wound healing (Mary Ann Liebert)
09/25/2018 Skin wounds in older mice are less likely to scar (Cell Press)
09/25/2018 New drug blocks pancreatic cancer growth in mice, study finds (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center)

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