National Institutes of Health scientists have discovered a rare, deadly inflammatory disease among young children, known as otulipenia.

An NIH team has tested a nanovaccine in mice, which has the potential to make cancer immunotherapy more effective while also reducing side effects.

A group of scientists has unlocked the interaction between genes in certain tissues that can play a role in the hereditary risk for cardiometabolic diseases,…

MD Anderson scientists found that chromosomal changes in triple-negative breast cancer occur early on and in short “bursts,” contradicting the long-standing…

Zika virus can cause severe developmental malformations in the infected newly born. Researchers from the University of Southern California have recently…

The major side effects of delivering anti-cancer drugs, systemically, has warranted a more refined targeted approach. Now researchers say they have the answer…

Besides being a benign genetic condition, the hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin could, with some help from CRISPR, lead to a new treatment for common…

George Washington University researchers have identified proteins called transcription factors as a “vital component” in determining the function of immune T…