Peter L. Slavin and Timothy G. Ferris discuss the revolution of rational vaccine design.
A pristine record of toxic exposures and psychological trauma rests in a child’s mouth—if only it can be decoded.
Bacteria in the body can soak up or block medications, offering a tantalizing explanation for why drugs sometimes don’t work.
Peter L. Slavin and Timothy G. Ferris discuss the promise of CAR T cell therapy for solid tumors.
Those who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome often face years of doubt from their medical providers. But now the physical hallmarks of the disease are coming into focus.
New T cell therapies succeed with a narrow band of cancers. Can they be made to work for the rest of them, too?
Could Parkinson’s disease, a brain disorder, have its origin somewhere else? A controversial theory is gaining ground.
Some people are born deaf; others lose hearing because of injury or as they age. New approaches could open their ears.
Should primary care physicians be trained to spot unusual, medically important cases?
People with drug addictions produce more of a certain brain chemical—and research may point to new ways to block it.
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