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A cheap, portable malaria test is creating a buzz among epidemiologists.
Nanocrystals help further gene therapy.
Bioethicist Gregory Stock on the inevitability of designer babies.
Drugs tailored to an individual’s genetic makeup promise to be safer and more effective, but they raise tricky economic and ethical questions.
A new vaccine targeting malaria toxin could prevent one of the world’s deadliest diseases.
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