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A failed birth control drug gives a boost to cancer treatment.
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The concept of circuitry, borrowed from computer technology, could make the next generation of gene therapies more flexible and powerful.
In theory, smart microscopic particles could evade defenders and home in on cancer targets. Will reality catch up to the hype?
Tiny diamonds set loose in the body can promote a sharper MRI image.
More than marvels of biological architecture, structures within the cell nucleus may be intertwined with aging itself.
More children survive cancer, but infertility is often the cost. New techniques offer hope.
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