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Glowing stem cells mend broken hearts

Glowing stem cells mend broken hearts

HRI researcher is heralding hope for broken hearts with a cutting-edge tool that helps scientists fast-track exciting new therapies to mend damaged organs.

Richard Tan from the Heart Research Institute in Sydney has developed a glowing stem cell tracker model that could change the way the science community develops life-saving tissue therapies.

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World Health Day 2016: Beat diabetes

World Health Day 2016: Beat diabetes

Today is World Health Day, a global health awareness day held annually on April 7.

Each year attention is drawn to a different global health issue with this year being diabetes.

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Unravelling the link between diabetes and heart disease

Researchers at The Heart Research Institute are the first in the world to uncover a link between diabetes and cardiovascular disease, a discovery that has the potential to save millions of lives.
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Dr Yuen Ting Lam awarded the 2014 Appco Young Achiever Award

Dr Yuen Ting Lam has been awarded the Appco Young Achiever Award for her ground-breaking work on the role of male sex hormones, known as androgens, in the promotion of new blood vessel formation.
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World first research: Stent coating that fools the body into better acceptance

Our Scientists are currently developing a world’s first stent coating technology that uses a biomimicry approach, fooling the body so that it integrates with the foreign stent.
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