It’s much easier to get a medical device approved than to bring a new drug to market. Should that change?
What do London cabbies have in common with musicians and mathematicians?
A deceptively simple-seeming concept, evidence-based medicine calls for physicians to follow consensus guidelines. But whose consensus?
When the retina fails, the body’s window on the world slams shut. These futuristic treatments may pry it open again.
From three-stage nanorockets to remote-controlled pills, today’s drug delivery marvels transport payloads where nothing else can go.
It’s when cancer metastasizes that it becomes deadly. New research is tracing its migratory path to find points of vulnerability.
Recent procedures bring new hope to face transplant candidates.
Paul A. Offit, an infectious disease specialist, discusses the costs of not vaccinating children for fear of autism.
Hormone therapy after menopause may prevent heart attacks and caner—or cause them. New research could show who benefits.
Prototypes play well with humans, helping patients with autism and Alzheimer’s. But don’t expect an arm of such aides just yet.
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