Botond Roska has uncovered a gene-based therapy that reprograms various cells in the human eye which could cure blindness.
A potential cure for HIV has just been approved by the FDA for human trials. If successful, this cure would save millions of lives.
A new study out of Oxford University has shown that honey is more effective than pharmaceuticals when treating coughs and colds.
After many failed attempts, researchers at the University of Minnesota have finally managed to 3D print a human heart pump that beats on its own.
A study shows that a blood test allows doctors to diagnose cancer up to 4 years before symptoms appear.
Pufferfish toxin could be used to replace opioids for pain management. Sounds fishy…but the science is sound!
Dozens of companies, small and large, are stepping up to fill the need for protective masks.
In a time of great need, humanity is showing its true colors around the world. Healthcare organizations are working around the clock to provide care for those affected by the current outbreak. A hospital in Brescia, Italy, one of the regions hit hardest, was in dire need of replacement valves for their life-saving respirator machines. […]
This groundbreaking study shows how curcumin can prevent and repair damage caused by Alzheimer’s.
To further their mission of helping people benefit from genetic insights, they announced earlier this week that they have developed a new drug targeting psoriasis, using DNA information obtained in their tests.