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15 Apr 2019
Although the 65-year-old woman had a rare type of endometrial cancer that had spread to her liver and was expected to be fatal, she still felt well... +more
28 Mar 2019
One of the thorniest debates in neuroscience is whether people can make new neurons after their brains stop developing in adolescence—a process known... +more
11 Mar 2019
A second person has experienced sustained remission from HIV-1 after ceasing treatment, reports a paper led by researchers at UCL and Imperial... +more
25 Feb 2019
Stroke treatment has been a race against time. In the hours after a stroke, the clot-busting treatment tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) can limit... +more
18 Feb 2019
It’s a well-known problem with clinical trials: Researchers start out saying they will look for a particular outcome—heart attacks, for example—but... +more
11 Feb 2019
A Newcastle University study involving thousands of families is helping prospective parents work out whether they are likely to have sons or... +more
14 Jan 2019
Calling out “manels”—all male panels at meetings—has been one way researchers concerned about gender equity have called attention to the frequent... +more
05 Nov 2018
Tiny nanoparticles, far smaller than the width of a human hair, might help the body’s own immune system fight tumors, a new study shows. In... +more
11 Sep 2018
Genetic configuration is prevalent in certain breast, ovarian cancers and comes in six forms A genomic configuration recently identified as the... +more
15 Aug 2018
$2.2M grant to JAX Professor David Serreze will fund search for new approaches to fighting autoimmune destruction Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a life-... +more

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