New medical technologies need bold researchers to make the leap from the laboratory table to hospitals and clinics where they can improve or even save lives. Kelsey Moody, a 30-year-old scientist from Beekmantown, is one such researcher. Kelsey is especially interested in the treatment of age-related diseases but using a different approach. Currently researching age-related…

The development pipeline for new drugs and therapies is a long one, and on average it can take up to 17 years to research, test and bring a new product to market [1]. The reasons for this are myriad and complex, the demanding test phases required for safety and efficacy, the preclinical tests, the regulatory…

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