Readers weigh in on the risks of data sharing and the promise of the OpenNotes program.
Genetic databases have helped medicine make great leaps forward. But is it really possible to keep the identities behind those genes a secret?
A drug that reverses overdoses saves thousands of lives. Does its prescription status keep it from saving more?
Margaret Sanger was a lifelong pioneer for birth control—and drove major innovations in the devices that made it possible.
A nationwide program advocates that patients should have seamless access to their doctors’ notes. But not everyone thinks this is a good idea.
Burnout is on the rise among doctors. Is medical school the place to make a difference?
Next-generation sequencing may have to overcome a few hurdles
Vaccines are most helpful before an epidemic hits. So which diseases should researchers prepare for next?
Readers weigh in on the importance of social activism amongst physicians and the various approaches to childhood transgenderism.
Troves of data are gathered during clinical trials, but most of it stays locked away. Could freeing it lead to new cures?
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