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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
People with rare, inherited forms of the neurological disease have early markers—which researchers can use to test preventive treatments.
A startup is banking on new software that incorporates the energy of water molecules into chemical models.
Overhauling the manufacturing of biological drugs could make the process more reliable, improving access for patients.
Customizable tools will let patients, and their doctors, track various health metrics.
Researchers are developing more and more genetic tests for specific cancers, but doctors don’t use them as often as they should—a new network of clinics aims to change that.