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Research reveals that supportive tissue in the lungs helps coordinate the immune response to flu by regulating access to the tissue and inflammation in the lungs.
This is the most important thing to remember about vaccines for COVID-19 and other diseases going through clinical trials.
This new study shows that flu transmission and infection could be slowed or prevented by this simple technique.
This clinical trial may be the key for leukemia patients getting a curative bone marrow transplant.
Scientist spent more than a decade finding out how this genetic mutation causes different cancers.
Scientists interested in studying pediatric solid tumors now have this comprehensive, interactive online shop for patient-derived tumor information.
Clinical specialists are learning this about the future for childhood cancer survivors and how to help them.
These labs are highly specialized and deliver researchers access to advanced and speedy scientific results.
Making DNA into a circle, called molecular circularization, has revealed a whole new way to look at genome editing.
Researchers find the stability of this protein is key to the pandemic potential of swine flu.