medical research

Quinn's personal battle with ALS helped raise more than $220 million for medical research into what's commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
The president curtailed use of fetal tissue in federally funded medical research, but the moral objection apparently vanishes when it's Trump who's in need.
The nose is a key entry point for the virus, and a new study suggests targeting it could result in more effective treatments.
The country legend said her friend Dr. Naji Abumrad at Vanderbilt University Medical Center was working on a "bridge treatment to save lives."
Asian Americans are often put under one medical umbrella, affecting available research and more. That's dangerous for their health.
Gruesome new details have emerged about the Arizona body donation facility that told people their loved ones would aid medical science.
Anti-abortion groups applaud, but scientists warn it will interfere with progress on conditions like HIV and Zika infections.
Jesse Karmazin claims he can fight aging, and a lot of people want to believe him.
Maryland just became the seventh state to enact a “Beagle Freedom” law, which seeks to find homes for cats and dogs that survive testing in research labs.
It could lead to a less-risky polio vaccine that doesn't require the actual virus to work.
Solving global issues requires a paradigm shift in how we approach them.
A lack of diversity in medical studies is hurting science and patients.
There have been projects such as the UK's Biobank to encourage data sharing, and the White House recently launched it's Cancer Moonshot initiative to screen around 250,000 samples to hunt for biomarkers that are signs of cancer. Time will tell if these really are the start of something bigger.
Imagine the rising din of buzzing wings. Millions of mosquitoes flitting about in dense swarms on a small island. This raises
But there is good reason to keep up hope. There are promising innovations on the horizon. An analysis of the Phase II/III
We live in a time when tackling disease is urgent and in high demand. Just as medicine and technology evolve to unprecedented
Current cancer treatment is based on episodic encounters. Even during chemotherapy, patients generally see their physician
How it works Collecting medical data Originally posted at The Horizon Tracker It's first outing is a 650 person study into