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A method involving pluripotent stem cells could lead to personalized treatment of the disease.
A prototype silk biosensor could someday alert doctors to signs of disease.
HealthMap, a free online tracking system, keeps tabs on infectious disease.
Genetically modified pigs offer clues to the disease’s early development.
A new smart pill could let doctors know when patients have taken their medicine.
Researchers develop more sophisticated ways to control the brain with light.
Rodents could be an effective model for researchers looking for new hepatitis drugs.
Autoantibodies could alert doctors to cancer development.
Scientists find a better way to make more of the cells that make blood vessels.
Zebrafish larvae are a surprisingly compatible stand-in for humans as researchers test the next generation of insomnia drugs.