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Data altruism sounds like a good idea. But can the strategy effectively be put into practice?
Experts comment on “The Trust Crisis” and call for rebuilding trust within health care.
New digital and hybrid approaches to clinical trials are quickly gaining ground. Are they moving too fast?
More and more, international research partnerships are hamstrung by politics. Sir Peter Gluckman from the International Science Council explains why they must persevere.
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An architect explores the foibles and potential of modern hospital design, in conjunction with a running exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt museum.
Since its arrival in March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has already passed a dozen “million” milestones. Together, they tell a story that is far from over.
Patients with terminal cancer now have more treatment options. Will that help or hurt?
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The final illness of the physician and author happens 100 years after the greatest outbreak of encephalitis lethargica.
They represent a small minority of victims. But their illness could hold valuable lessons about how COVID-19 works—and how to stop it.
Why do some people react poorly, even catastrophically, in emergency situations?
For decades, a tiny encampment of researchers has held that statin treatment is a hoax. In a time when contrarian views roar to life on social media, how can medicine keep minority opinions from doing irreparable harm?
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.