Physical evidence in the brain for types of schizophrenia – Neuroscience News | JUNE 24, 2019

Post-mortem examination of 42 brain tissue samples of people with schizophrenia revealed a buildup of abnormal proteins similar to that found in people with neurodegenerative diseases. Many of the abnormal proteins were involved in nervous system development, specifically neurogenesis. Source: Physical evidence in the brain for types of schizophrenia – Neuroscience News

UPDATED: In surprise switch, Bristol-Myers is selling off blockbuster Otezla, promising to complete Celgene acquisition — just later – Endpoints News

Apart from revealing its checkpoint inhibitor Opdivo blew a big liver cancer study on Monday, Bristol-Myers Squibb said its plans to swallow Celgene will require the sale of blockbuster psoriasis treatment Otezla to keep the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at bay. The announcement — which has potentially delayed the completion Source: UPDATED: In surprise switch,… Read More UPDATED: In surprise switch, Bristol-Myers is selling off blockbuster Otezla, promising to complete Celgene acquisition — just later – Endpoints News

#chronicillnessVOICE SPECIAL EDITION | Why is ‘AI’ so important to the medical healthcare industry? Incl. LIVE STREAM links #AIinmedicine – AIMed

In 2013 Chang initiated a series of meetings that examined the benefits, and limitations, of AI ‘for’ medicine. “These meetings, called AI in Medicine (AIMed), have been successful since then in creating a ‘friendly’ and ‘collaborative’ gathering of minds as well as an ‘intellectually stimulating’ opportunity to learn about AI in medicine and healthcare.… Read More #chronicillnessVOICE SPECIAL EDITION | Why is ‘AI’ so important to the medical healthcare industry? Incl. LIVE STREAM links #AIinmedicine – AIMed