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After major breakthrough in gene editing, pig organs show new promise for use in humans.
Geneticist Hermann Muller was one of the first skeptics of the Atomic Age.
Cancer travels through the body in surprising ways, new research shows. That discovery comes with both good news and bad.
A community lab in New York City creates a portrait of Manhattan.
The 50-year crusade to prove the link between viruses and cancer
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A new generation of cancer treatments harness an internal ally—the power of the immune system.
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