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Sanford Health doctor wearinga pink breast cancer awareness lanyard smiles and speaks into a microphone.

Ep. 19: Sanford Health, NCI connect to study, prevent cancer

22 min  ⋅ January 31st
The 'Connect' study will follow participants for 10+ years

Ep. 17: FDA leader talks cellular therapy with Sanford

29 min  ⋅ January 24th
Peter Marks, MD, PhD, and David Pearce, PhD, discuss trusted providers of cellular therapy
Dr. Donella Herman discusses orthobiologics during a podcast recording

Ep. 9: Regenerative medicine options for orthopedic pain

43 min  ⋅ December 13th
Harnessing the body's own resources to promote healing for orthopedic pain

Ep. 12: New treatment options for orthopedic pain

26 min  ⋅ December 6th
Regenerative medicine and orthobiologics uses our own bodies in treating orthopedic injury pain while promoting healing
Dr. Amy Sanford poses for a photo during recording of podcast

Ep. 9: Sanford offers the I-SPY 2 clinical trial

12 min  ⋅ October 19th
Sanford offers the I-SPY 2 clinical trial, a novel treatment study for breast cancer

Ep. 14: A mark through coronaviruses

21 min  ⋅ June 7th
Dr. Mark Denison has been studying coronaviruses since the 1980s

Ep. 13: Committing to a cure for cancer

16 min  ⋅ May 24th
Through CAR T-cells, Dr. Carl June has found a way to fight leukemia
Three people wear face masks and sit at a table, talking into microphones.

Ep. 10: Researchers targeting autoimmune diseases

17 min  ⋅ May 10th
PLEDGE study aims to predict risk of developing celiac disease, type 1 diabetes

Ep. 9: How to enroll in type 1 diabetes prediction study

17 min  ⋅ May 10th
Newborns up to age 6 can enroll with info and blood sample during primary care visit
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Ep. 12: Research screening works to end type 1 diabetes

33 min  ⋅ May 3rd
Drs. Kurt Griffin and Mike Wilde share what Sanford Health is doing about T1D
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Scientists at Sanford Research have just developed a new model which could have lasting implications for some of the world’s most dangerous diseases like cancer, diabetes, neurodegeneration, heart disease and respiratory distress syndrome. The new study, led by Peter Vitiello, Ph.D., an associate scientist in the Children’s Health Research Center at Sanford Research, was recently […]
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Sanford kidney development study selected for NIH funding

A Sanford Research scientist studying kidney development has received $1.45 million from the National Institutes of Health to further explore how certain cells of the organ develop. Kameswaran Surendran, Ph.D., secured the award under the NIH’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Surendran’s study will focus on understanding the underlying mechanisms that […]
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Sanford scientist models development disorder in stem cells

Studies performed by a Sanford Research scientist using an innovative stem-cell model for a fatal developmental disorder is the focus of a recent study published in Nature Medicine. Kevin Francis, Ph.D. uncovered unique cellular defects associated with Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome (SLOS) by modeling this disease using induced pluripotent stem cells. Francis’ study is titled “Modeling Smith-Lemli-Opitz […]
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Sanford scientists create animal model for brain tumor

Sanford Research scientists are published in Nature Cell Biology for their work developing a model to explore therapies for a pediatric brain tumor known as choroid plexus carcinoma. Haotian Zhao, Ph.D., is the lead author on the study titled “Sonic Hedgehog promotes proliferation of Notch-dependent monociliated choroid plexus tumour cells.” Zhao is an associate scientist […]
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Clinical trials: ‘Increased treatment options’

David Pearce, president of Sanford Research, recently talked to MED Magazine about clinical trials.
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Sanford Research to study rare genetic disorder

A Sanford Research scientist is using an innovative pig model to better understand a rare genetic disorder that causes tumors in the nervous system, thanks to a more than $1.7 million grant from the Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF). Jill Weimer, Ph.D., and her team received the award as part of CTF’s Synodos for NF 1 program, a unique collaboration […]
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Sanford clinical trial looks for genetic targets in cancer

A Sanford Health clinical trial that looks for genetic targets in cancer is now being offered at the Sanford Cancer Center in Bemidji. The Genetic Exploration of the Molecular Basis of Malignancy in Adults (GEMMA) is enrolling adult patients whose cancer has progressed after the first line of treatment, or who have rare cancers without […]
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Hope and Hart launch Edith Sanford Breast Cancer

You know her as the energetic, confident, picture-perfect icon of “Entertainment Tonight.” But on August 17 at a special event in Sioux Falls, S.D., she stepped on stage personifying a new day in the fight against breast cancer. “Hello everybody. I’m Mary Hart. And this is my mother,” said the native South Dakotan, proudly holding […]
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Sanford PROMISE to Connect Communities to Science Research

Sanford launches PROMISE as part of Biomedical Discovery Day
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Research opportunities for cancer patients

Sanford Cancer Center will receive $2 million in funding over two years to expand existing cancer research programming and patient services. The National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, is using $80 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to expand research benefiting patients at Sanford Cancer Center and the […]
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