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Tag: Department of Neurology

Study details source of mental problems associated with MS

Study details source of mental problems associated with MS

January 28, 2016

Neurology researchers have shown that the brain’s immune system is responsible for disrupting communication between nerve cells, even in parts of the brain that are not normally considered to be primary targets of the disease.

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New drug for periodic paralysis has roots at Medical Center

New drug for periodic paralysis has roots at Medical Center

December 4, 2015

More than 15 years of research led by Rochester neurologists has culminated in the first FDA-approved treatment for individuals with a rare neuromuscular disorder called periodic paralysis.

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HIV breakthrough could reduce treatments to twice a year

HIV breakthrough could reduce treatments to twice a year

October 19, 2015

An experimental treatment developed jointly by teams at two universities managed to completely eliminate HIV in immune cells — and kept it from coming back for much longer than before.

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Study finds new genetic clues to pediatric seizure disorders

Study finds new genetic clues to pediatric seizure disorders

April 2, 2015

Researchers at the Medical Center have identified a new genetic mutation at the heart of a severe and potentially deadly seizure disorder found in infants and young children. The finding may help scientists unravel the complex biological mechanism behind these diseases.

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