Since the 1960s, the dream of ultra-fast high dose radiation promised better cancer treatment with fewer side effects. Will the reality measure up?
People with hard-to- treat cancer might get unlikely new allies: 400,000 genetically engineered fruit flies.
How does the brain remember? As memory disorders become more common, the research race is on to determine how the process works, what can go wrong and how worn memories can be made whole again.
A metabolic slowdown would press pause on the body until surgeons can repair damage. How close is it to becoming a reality?
Males and females experience pain differently—and appear to process it differently, too. Why has it taken so long for science to find out?
More children survive cancer, but infertility is often the cost. New techniques offer hope.
A new, nationwide team of experts gives the toughest medical cases a chance at a breakthrough.
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