The mysteries of celiac disease prove to be more intricate than expected.
Scientists looking to block HIV’s evasions of the immune system found an unlikely source of inspiration: the spam filter.
Could natural killer cells, long thought to be blind and blunt, actually be discerning enough to help defeat HIV’s protean defenses?
Could living cleaner actually make us sicker?
Melanoma, almost impossible to treat after it metastasizes, appears vulnerable to two new approaches that could someday be combined.
New AIDS research and the study of asymptomatic HIV-positive patients has brought optimism to those looking to cure the disease.
An experimental protocol fools the immune system into accepting a new organ without debilitating drugs. Could it become routine?
Of every 300 people infected with HIV, one doesn’t get AIDS. Understanding this uncanny protection might help science imitate nature.
As medicine battles antibiotic resistance, tougher drugs breed still more deadly bacteria. New approaches could break the cycle.
Acute inflammation fights off infection, but the chronic kind, simmering inside most of the population, can be deadly.
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