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By validating an emerging technology, two new genomic studies offer hope for the fight against disease.
Research in mice suggests that it might be possible to delete specific painful memories.
A new noninvasive tool uses electromagnetic waves to measure glucose levels.
Transplanting bone marrow along with kidneys reduces the risk of organ rejection.
Chunks of shuffled DNA in the human genome could underlie many diseases.
A pharmaceutical company is developing a highly sensitive test that could catch the deadly disease in its early stages.
Two groups of scientists have independently identified a genetic variant that significantly raises the risk of heart disease.
So far, clinical studies have produced mixed results, but a new set of trials aim to sort out the best approaches to therapy.
Kaiser Permanente has compiled the genetic and medical data of 100,000 of its members.