Every tumor begins with a genetic mutation. Understanding how they occur and what they do may revolutionize cancer treatment.
Poor sleep affects almost half of the country, and solutions have been hard to come by. Tracing the problem to its genetic roots may stop the tossing and turning.
New T cell therapies succeed with a narrow band of cancers. Can they be made to work for the rest of them, too?
Consumers are curious about their DNA, and Bryce Mendelsohn thinks hospitals should give them answers.
In Utah extensive data on families and their genetic anomalies are helping unlock secrets about major diseases.
Stem cells, gene therapy and devices that can beam images directly into the brain offer new hope to those without sight.
More than marvels of biological architecture, structures within the cell nucleus may be intertwined with aging itself.
A new technology quickly spreads genetic mutations in the wild. Who will keep it from getting out of hand?
The science of senescence has struggled to translate life-extending research from animals to people. Now the pace is quickening.
Testing cells in the nostril may change how doctors diagnose the deadliest form of cancer.