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A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis identifies a possible treatment strategy for some bone marrow failure syndromes.
Evolutionary medicine scientists from UCLA are applying insights from ecology and evolution to inform research on biomedicine, public health and clinical care.
Researchers from the University of Rochester suggest the process in our brain that allows us to see illusory shapes may not be the same in children with autism spectrum disorder.
Largest-Ever Genetic Study of Prostate Cancer in Men of African Descent Finds New Risk Factors for the Disease
A USC Study identified nine new genetic variants that increase the risk of prostate cancer in Men of African Descent, an understudied population.
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Raising awareness on March 9, World Kidney Day, and all year long, about kidney health and transplants is the goal of a UB surgeon and her community partners.
Engineering students at Dartmouth propose fixes to make the Montgomery House's more energy efficient.
A new Yale-led study finds that testing for a single immune system molecule on nasal swabs can help detect stealthy viruses not identified in standard tests.
In a new study, an international team of astrophysicists have discovered six potential massive galaxies that should not be possible under current cosmological theory.
Researchers at Purdue propose a quantum device that could be tested experimentally to succinctly realize emergent particles like the Fibonacci anyon.