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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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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.


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New Study Shows Medication After Opioid Overdose Can Save Lives

NCATS-supported researchers at Boston University found a strong link between the use of medications to treat opioid use disorder and a reduced risk of overdose death.


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