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  • Writer's pictureNeev Madlani

Medicinal Breakthroughs In Recent Times

The coronavirus has drastically changed medical research with companies working on vaccines or testing research to help solve other illnesses that have come to a seeming standstill.


Despite the overwhelming challenges, there have been many breakthroughs in medical science in the past few years. That has helped fight the pandemic and will also change how we provide healthcare for many dangerous diseases.


The following are the top medical breakthroughs of our time:

Lightning-fast insulin

Many people have type 1 and 2 diabetes and depend on insulin to control their blood sugar. Conventional insulin injections have narrow windows in which they can be taken to work efficiently, but patients can take Lyumjev anytime within 20 minutes of starting a meal.


Als research

Als is a progressive disease that impacts the brain cells and spinal cord and impacts all physical and motor function scientists led by Evangelos Kiskinis, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Ken and Ruth Davee Department of Neurology, discovered that mutations in the largest genetic contributor to ALS lead to the dysfunction and eventual degeneration of motor neurons in the brain. It will help provide novel therapeutic interventions for this incurable disease.


Cystic fibrosis research

A new combination of four drugs provides relief to the build-up of thick mucus in the lungs of over 90 percent of people suffering from cystic fibrosis, a disease of the lungs.


● The introduction of Bluetooth pacemakers will help monitor a patient's health better and revolutionize the way physicians provide healthcare, making it more efficient and secure.


Universal Hepatitis- C cure

A new combination medication provides help and therapy to a very large majority of people suffering from hepatitis c, with 2.4 million people suffering from it at least in the united states


A blood test for Alzheimer's

Scientists have developed a blood test for alzheimers which will reduce the invasive methods used to identify the disease and help detect it in early stages.


The pandemic will lead to an improved health infrastructure that will provide safety equipment for doctors and patients.


We will see improved vaccination technologies and an increase in the practice of virtual medicine to reach inaccessible parts of the globe.


These breakthroughs will help save and improve many lives by providing hope and relief when there is none and giving the best healthcare efficiently and more effectively. We hope that moving forward from the dark period of the pandemic research into medicine will continue to grow and save many innocent lives.

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