St. Jude researchers provide experimental evidence to demonstrate how stem cells contribute to cancer risk.
A new gene editing approach eases the effects of sickle cell disease in blood cells isolated from patients.
Molecular "master assassin" identified that recognizes flu-infected cells and triggers cell death, raises hope for drugs to prevent flu complications.
Variations in a porphyrin transport protein may affect symptom severity in patients with porphyria, a rare disorder of skin, liver and nervous system.
The addition of adjuvants to influenza vaccines offers no protection from severe flu infections in study looking at obesity.
Influenza surveillance in migratory waterfowl suggests that highly pathogenic avian flu viruses do not persist in wild aquatic birds
Experts have developed a list of preferred terms to promote standardize reporting of pharmacogenetic test results in patients’ health records
While most teen cancer survivors are well adjusted, some may benefit from more comprehensive psychological screening to identify and treat symptoms
Multifunctional protein Alix identified as essential for maintaining fluid balance in the brain; loss is linked to hydrocephalus.
Methotrexate exposure tied to reduced mental flexibility, planning and other executive function skills in long-term survivors of pediatric leukemia.
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