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For the first time, Stanford University researchers have used a new type of whole-genome sequencing to diagnose a patient.
British researchers kicked up some buzz at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting on June 3 with positive results from a phase 1 trial in…
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Helomics is partnering with Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse to establish an incubator for diagnostics and precision medicine.
Scientists at the University of Maryland have identified thousands of cancer-causing genetic mutations using a method that may lead to new targeted treatments.
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Two new studies shed light on why some people burn the midnight oil while others go to sleep at a reasonable hour but toss and turn all night.
Scientists at the University of Illinois at Chicago are testing a way to repair damaged hearts by transforming skin cells into blood vessels.
University of North Carolina researchers found that delivering multiple immunotherapies with a nanoparticle improved their efficacy.
When it comes to predicting who’s at risk of suffering a heart attack or other major cardiac event, physicians have long relied on detecting high levels of C-…
Scientists at Emory University’s Winship Cancer Institute are on a mission to unlock the mysteries of lung cancer cells that have long been thought to be…
Scientists led by the University of Washington are reporting success using gene therapy to treat dogs with a rare disorder called myotubular myopathy (MTM).…