This new approach could improve the lives of more than 15 million people.
This unique drug targets tumors based off of genetic information.
Four months after starting treatment, they no longer needed their medications.
Thanks to this method, children with scoliosis no longer need to undergo invasive, frequent surgeries.
A triumph in our ongoing war against cancer.
Scientists found a way to reverse Alzheimer's symptoms in mice, which could pave the way to a real treatment.
An injectable antibody given once every three months could effectively protect individuals from HIV infection.
ProAgio, a non-toxic protein, is being developed to inhibit the abnormal expression of a protein that is linked to cancer cells.
It's no cure, but virtual reality is giving us a new way to treat a host of conditions.
We can actually watch and see if chemotherapy is working against cancer cells.
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