People with hard-to- treat cancer might get unlikely new allies: 400,000 genetically engineered fruit flies.
New T cell therapies succeed with a narrow band of cancers. Can they be made to work for the rest of them, too?
A failed birth control drug gives a boost to cancer treatment.
Miniature versions of organs help scientists understand disease and fine-tune treatments in ways that work in mice can’t match.
Self-experimentation has a long history in medicine. Should its practice today be shunned or embraced?
Understanding the patient’s genetic makeup is leading to better, more precisely targeted treatments.
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