The ocean floor is teeming with microorganisms that may hold the secret to new treatments for cancer and other diseases.
Rapid genetic sequencing maps an Ebola outbreak in fine detail.
Culturing bacteria in the soil from which they came could lead researchers to breakthrough antibiotics
More than half of infectious diseases pass through animals first. A strain on their natural habitats may be making these ailments more dangerous.
MGH researcher Biju Parekkadan may have discovered a breakthrough treatment for this global killer.
Researchers are learning more about the unique biomes of medical spaces.
Animals may hold a key to cancer’s origins and treatment.
Internist and researcher Martin Blaser believes that disturbances in the gut may underlie several modern maladies.
Simplifying fecal transplants could make the treatment safer and more accessible.
Infusing colons with donated feces has led to remarkable cures and big questions about what’s safe and what’s next.
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