Meanwhile, back in medieval Europe -- or US next week (you never know, ha!) -- we learn more about Black Death and can see it on a map.
Pretty interesting if you're intrigued by infectious disease and how it spreads!
This is one of the more intelligent discussions in media about genetic engineering, more specifically germline therapy.
What do you think: keep the ban or discuss and decide parameters of use?
There is hope for the 3.5 million people living with Hepatitis C virus (HCV) in the United States. Therapies approved in recent years can eliminate the virus in 96 to 99 percent of patients, according to Harvard Law’s article “The Price of Life.”
Is it the plot of a Star Trek episode? No, it's real innovation in the news!
This biosensor scans and detects neurodegenerative diseases and some cancers, developers say.
Very exciting to hear about advances, especially when innovative approaches such as the poliovirus therapy, which just got breakthrough status from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration! The treatment causes the death of cancer cells in glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer that typically doubles in size every few weeks.