CRISPR, a technique that allows for the direct modification of nuclear DNA, has been making waves this year.
More than 1 million Americans have faced the same frustrating medical problem: they have persistent flu-like symptoms, chronic inflammation, and are constantly exhausted.
In a recent study at the University of Liverpool, smokers underwent a CT scan and—regardless of what the scan showed—were more likely to quit than a control group.
Through a study of patients’ genes and Epic data, Geisinger found that one in every 256 people have a gene variant for Familial Hypercholesterolemia.
Researchers will be able to analyze a wealth of new population health data after Renown Health in Nevada gathers genetic data from thousands of volunteers.
Immunotherapy treatments harness a patient’s own immune system to fight cancer.
At least 70 medical schools and residency programs have created partnerships with art museums to help students sharpen their visual analysis skills