Researchers studying auditory hair cell regeneration for treatment of hearing loss looked to Mother Nature for guidance, and they were rewarded.
Normal production of blood-forming stem cells relies on short-lived migratory cells that offer clues for making donor cells in the lab.
Research suggests ancestry plays a role in why some cancer returns.
Genetic screening recommended for more childhood cancer survivors after whole genome sequencing finds 12 percent carry mutations in cancer-risk genes.
Study of childhood cancer survivors shows reduction in radiation therapy leads to decline of second cancers
Changes in childhood cancer treatment, including the reduced use of radiation therapy, has reduced the risk for second cancer in survivors.
Researchers craft a new approach for mining genomic data for rare genetic variations that may play a role in disease risk.
The hospital's Epidemiology and Cancer Control Chair, Les Robinson, PhD, is awarded the ACS Medal of Honor.
Screening for all children newly diagnosed with the high-risk leukemia AMKL to check for genetic alterations that can help guide treatment.
Adolescents as young as 14 want to be part of the conversation about end-of-life care, and families indicate they want to hear from their children.
DNA sequencing of bacteria leads to discovery of mutation that helps VRE tolerate antibiotics