Machine learning can create fake medical images and histories that look real. They may transform research.
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Public skepticism has cast a shadow over medicine and those who report on it. Yet for both professions, the mission continues.
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The 1968 Harvard criteria for brain death face new inquiries.
Measurements using race continue to guide the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary disease. New research looks at the harm that may cause.
A new generation of research looks at psilocybin, LSD and other mind-altering drugs. Both the challenges and the therapeutic promise are enormous.
A rare disease, now treatable thanks to a valiant international effort, offers a window into the metabolism of fat.
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The final illness of the physician and author happens 100 years after the greatest outbreak of encephalitis lethargica.
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Two years in deep space will subject the body to unprecedented stresses. Scientists are probing the secrets to survival.
A freak explosion tore through the quiet Nova Scotian city, prompting one of the most dramatic medical responses in history.