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Some people feel no empathy. An experimental drug makes them take a hard look in the mirror.
A gene-screening method can predict an individual’s response to cancer drugs.
Microcontainers could improve cancer treatment by carrying nanoparticles directly to tumors.
Researchers have grown stem cells in tiny, protective sacs.
Electrical pulses control the release of drugs from a biodegradable thin film.
Neurologists urge caution upon reports of a successful therapy.
Researchers have made a biochip that could help replace animal testing for new cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
A new computational technique could predict the toxicity of drug candidates.
Researchers are using human embryonic stem cells to determine the toxicity of potential pharmaceuticals.
An MIT spinoff is finally ready to begin testing smart implants for drug delivery and sensing.