Taking Better Aim at Tumors

(DGIwire) – When it comes to treating cancer, chemotherapy and immunotherapy have proven to be powerful within certain limits. Take immunotherapy: Despite its great promise, it doesn’t help every patient to which it is given—and its track record of success is uneven among different cancers. So notes Douglas J. Swirsky, President and CEO of Rexahn […]

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Growing a Business? Why ‘Bootstrapping’ Beats Raising Money

(DGIwire) — Most people think raising money is the first step in growing a company. But entrepreneur Marty Schultz sees things differently. According to him, raising money does not guarantee success—in fact, it may guarantee failure! As a mentor-speaker, angel fund investor and award-winning innovator who has grown five companies with a combined valuation of […]

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Will the ‘Immunotherapy Explosion’ Continue?

(DGIwire) – The field of immunotherapy—in which a patient’s immune system is made to fight against cancer cells—is exploding. This opinion was recently expressed by Dr. James Allison, the co-recipient of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Medicine, in Cancer Research Analyst, the official blog of the American Association for Cancer Research. For the first time, […]

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4 Retail Trends to Watch For in the Coming Year

(DGIwire) – Between amazing advancements in technology and a blockbuster end-of-year sales season, 2018 was a great ride for shoppers and retailers alike. It also set the stage for the year ahead. What will the industry be buzzing about over the next 12 months? Several trends suggest that what is on the horizon could make […]

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What’s in the Army Now? 3D Metal Printing

(DGIwire) – The advantages of 3D printing are increasingly being enlisted by the U.S. Army, according to a recent article on 3DPrint.com. As the article notes, the technology has long been recognized by this branch of the military, which is finding benefit in its ability to improve readiness. The overarching goal is to send military […]

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3 Important Things to Know About Stem Cells

(DGIwire) – Imagine a tiny object with the power to transform itself into a vast array of different materials utilized by the human body. It may sound like science fiction, but this is precisely what objects called stem cells are capable of doing. What exactly are stem cells and how can they assist in various […]

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Predicting a Surge in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

(DGIwire) – Along with the increasingly larger number of electric vehicles (EVs) on U.S. roads has come a sharp rise in the number of charging stations. As recently reported in Commercial Property Executive, this trend has significant implications for property owners and managers—as the demand for stations from their customers and employees may rise as […]

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What’s Next in the Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer?

(DGIwire) – Sobering news from the world of medicine: More than 56,000 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2019, according to a recent estimate by the American Cancer Society. This represents a two percent increase over the previous year’s diagnoses. While the ACS also states that the disease’s five-year survival rate continues to […]

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Innovation Keeps On Truckin’ in the Era of Electric Vehicles

(DGIwire) – Compared to their diesel-powered counterparts, electric trucks are much quieter, have no harmful emissions and dramatically lower maintenance. This is a large part of the reason why many truck brands have real electric test units being used now in fleets. Of course, the era of battery-electric trucks rumbling down the nation’s roads may […]

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3D Metal Printing Is Ready for Its Big Moment

(DGIwire) – What does the future look like for 3D metal printing? Very bright, according to a recent report from Deloitte. The consulting firm suggests that this technology is poised for growth more than double of that of a few years ago, as companies in multiple industries adopt it for a wide range of tasks. […]

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3 Tips to Make Rheumatoid Arthritis Injections Easier

(DGIwire) – Anyone who uses injectable medication to treat their rheumatoid arthritis (RA) knows that injecting can be challenging at first. But there are strategies that can be used to help take the sting out of these injections. Here are a few tips: Ask a healthcare provider for a trainer. “Needle anxiety is a common […]

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Less Time, More Money: How to Grow Fast Casual Eateries

(DGIwire) – When RestaurantDive.com recently forecast the hottest restaurant trends for 2019, one of the standouts was a surge in fast casual dining. Even though analysts predict flat growth for the overall restaurant space this year, they have also observed an uptick in the fast casual category. As the publication noted, fast casual is taking […]

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Blindfold Games: A World of Mobile Fun for the Visually Impaired

(DGIwire) — Many who are visually impaired consider their mobile devices to be valuable tools for day-to-day living, but do not expect these devices to provide entertainment. This changed in 2014—when mentor-speaker, angel fund investor and award-winning innovator Marty Schultz started Blindfold Games, an app development company that builds accessible games for the visually impaired […]

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A Look at Shocking Advances in Cancer Treatment

(DGIwire) – This is an amazing era for cancer research. In one corner of the arena, a promising new class of cancer treatments recruits the cells in blood to fight tumors, using powerful gene-editing tools to transform a type of white blood cell—called a T cell—from an immune cell that normally targets bacterial or fungal […]

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3 Things to Know About Biological Therapy for Cancer

(DGIwire) – For patients with cancer, biological therapies may be used to treat the cancer itself or the side effects of other cancer treatments, according to the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Many forms of biological therapies have been approved and others are still being studied in clinical trials. Here are three things to know about […]

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