The Neurosurgery department of the School of Medicine is cited for efforts to integrate prostheses into a patient’s nervous system.
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James Palmer of the School of Medicine comments on battling flower allergies.
An international analysis of 14 genome-wide association studies involving over 100,000 patients has identified 13 new genetic risk factors for coronary artery disease (CAD).
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine says “education about abortion is not the same as advocating for abortion.”
Allan Pack of the School of Medicine is interviewed about sleep deprivation.
New research on how tuberculosis (TB) bacteria develop multi-drug tolerance points to ways TB infections might be cured more quickly. The study was published online last week in Cell. The results identify both a mechanism and a potential therapy for drug tolerance that is induced in the TB bacteria by the host cells they infect. Currently, TB treatment requires a complex, long-term curative regimen of at least six months.
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