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NCATS-Supported Study Highlights Opioid Prescribing Trend

CTSA Program-supported scientists found that patients who took a type of anti-anxiety medicine were more likely to receive new opioid prescriptions despite a higher risk.


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NCATS Ignites Translational Science Spark for Young Investigators

Meet three graduate students working collaboratively on research projects with NCATS and university scientists from England and Sweden.


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July E-Newsletter Now Available

Read about NCATS’ work to advance a rare food allergy diagnostic, a study on opioid deaths, precision medicine for a heart condition, a repurposed drug, and more.


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CTSA Program Support May Lead to Blood Test for Colon Cancer

A research team, including scientists supported by the CTSA Program, identified markers in the blood that could be used to detect precancerous polyps in patients.


Researchers determine the amount of exosomes in cancer cells.

Repurposed Drug Approach May Thwart Spread of Cancer Cells

NCATS pre-clinical staff helped NIH Extracellular RNA Communication program-supported scientists use a new approach to find drugs that may help prevent the spread of prostate cancer.


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Opioid Treatment Study

New study shows medication-based treatment after opioid overdose can save lives

Innovative Research Approaches

CTSA Program researchers use precision medicine and digital health to study heart condition

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