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Researchers have grown stem cells in tiny, protective sacs.
Researchers use unique molecular signatures to visualize the body.
Researchers target a tiny strand of RNA to try to treat hepatitis C.
Charles Rotimi explains why a more complete snapshot of genetic variation is important.
High-tech solutions of oil in water could lead to an effective HIV vaccine.
A new noninvasive tool uses electromagnetic waves to measure glucose levels.
Next-generation sequencing uncovers disease-causing microbes.
Advances in imaging shed light on how the disease develops.
A newly identified risk factor for heart disease also seems to indicate which patients will benefit from popular statin therapies.
Transplanting bone marrow along with kidneys reduces the risk of organ rejection.