Q: What are the likely conse-quences of major cuts to federal funding?
A: If we were to allow budget pressures to cut NIH funding, the conse-quences would involve lost employment opportunities for Americans, loss of leadership for America in key scientific areas and missed opportunities for American children to know their grandparents.
The Price of Personalization
Tailoring treatments, patinet by patient, can achieve remarkable results. But can we afford to make every disease rare?
New Fuel for the Hormone Therapy Debate
Attitudes towards hormone therapy have shifted toward a more nuanced approach.
A Winning Formula?
Where do scientific prizes fit in the research funding landscape?
Researchers are working to develop diagnostic tests to determine who is eligible for targeted therapies, but red tape and limited expertise stand in the way.
Why geneticists hate the term "dark matter."
Epidemiologist Carolyn Greene on the potential benefits of using electronic health records to monitor public health.
A Supreme Court ruling on whether genes can be patented didn't give crystal clear answers.
The name—ductal carcinoma in situ—begs the question: how to treat a small breast lesion that has yet to spread.
An impending helium shortage could greatly raise the price of helium, an element used to chill MRI scanners.
1/750 Recommended nurse-to-student ratio for students in the general population, according to the National Association of School Nurses (NASN)