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Vol 26, Nos. 05 & 06, May & June 2022
Living Better for Longer: Cutting-Edge Research in Geriatric Medicine
Identifying Links Between Mitochondria, Lipids, and Alzheimer’s Disease
A recent study from the Bellen lab at Baylor College of Medicine and the Duncan Neurological Research Institute identifies novel links ...
Stem Cell Medicine Helping Us Live Better for Longer
Cynata Therapeutics, an ASX-listed clinical stage stem cell technology company is working to prolong our “healthspan” so that we can live better...
Age-Related Macular Degeneration and How We May Treat It
As populations age globally, the incidence of age-related macular degeneration increases.
Cancer Preparedness in Emerging Markets
How are the lower- and middle-income countries preparing for the challenges ahead, and what does the future have in store?
Bridging the Gap in Diabetes Management
An interview with Dr Ronald Ling, Chief Executive Officer, ConnectedHealth, on how we may utilise technology to better manage diabetes.
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Vol 26, Nos. 05 & 06, May & June 2022
FEATURES  
Identifying Links Between Mitochondria, Lipids, and Alzheimer’s Disease
By Dr Matthew Moulton and Dr Hugo Bellen,
A recent study from the Bellen lab at Baylor College of Medicine and the Duncan Neurological Research Institute identifies novel links between Alzheimer’s disease (AD) risk genes and the build-up of lipids due to mitochondrial dysfunction.
Stem Cell Medicine Helping Us Live Better for Longer
By Dr Ross Macdonald
Cynata Therapeutics, an ASX-listed clinical stage stem cell technology company ...
Age-Related Macular Degeneration and How We May Treat It
By Vanessa Lunardi
As populations age globally, the incidence of age-related...
Cancer Preparedness in Emerging Markets
By Liz Henderson
How are the lower- and middle-income countries preparing ...
COLUMNS  
The Growing Burden of Uncorrected Myopia in Asia
By Hamish Thrum
Eye care practitioners (ECPs) must incorporate myopia management into their practice right now to help reduce the burden of sight-threatening conditions in the future.
Moving From Pandemic to Endemic: Ensuring Vaccine Access to All
By Dr Gajendra Singh
This article explores some of the challenges and solutions to drive vaccine access, including exploring different vaccine options ...
EYE ON CHINA  
A Single Metabolite Can Promote Tissue Regeneration and Delay Ageing
Uridine has been identified as a pro-regenerative metabolite, presenting new avenues for metabolic intervention in tissue regeneration and ageing.
A New Light-Sensitive Way to Control Parathyroid Hormone Secretion for the Prevention of Bone Loss
By utilising optogenetics, this team of researchers demonstrate a way to control parathyroid hormone secretion to prevent bone loss.
INSIDE INDUSTRY  
Enhertu Approved in Singapore for Previously Treated HER2-Positive Advanced Breast and Gastric Cancer SCG Cell Therapy and A*STAR’s BTI Collaborate to Advance Antibody Development for Infectious Diseases and Cancer Treatments Gene Solutions Makes Earlier Detection of Cancer a Possibility of the Future
BIOBOARD  
How Oxidation Can Lead to Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Age-Dependent Cognitive Disorders
The intake of antioxidants like Vitamins C and E may help our bodies to mitigate the production of reactive oxygen species and help to maintain mitochondrial and cognitive function.
New Semiconductor Microchip Detects Prostate Cancer Markers with Ultra-High Sensitivity
Turning off Damaging Signals in Alport Syndrome May Prevent Kidney Scarring
Uncovering the Biological Underpinnings of High-Risk Chromosomal Abnormalities in Mutiple Myeloma
Selecting the Best Target for Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson’s Disease
FORTHCOMING ISSUE  
MGI Makes Possible New Advances in Agrigenomics Research and Molecular Breeding
NEWS CRUNCH  
news Medtec China 2022 Gathers Medtech Leading Enterprises, Optimising Medical Equipment Supply Chain by Creating Online-Offline Promotion Platforms
news Medtec China 2022 Is Now Open for Visitor Registration, Helping Medical Device Manufacturers in Medtech Sourcing and Supply Chain Stabilisation
news Inaugural Asia Summit on Global Health highlights Hong Kong's advantages
news Asia Summit on Global Health (ASGH) 2021 — Shaping a Resilient and Sustainable Future
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