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More Accurate Leukemia Diagnosis Expected with Refined Classification
More Accurate Leukemia Diagnosis Expected with Refined Classification
St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital | Jan 15, 2019
More than 90 percent of the most common cases of childhood cancer can now be classified by subtype
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With HIV, Undetectable Equals Untransmittable
With HIV, Undetectable Equals Untransmittable
National Institutes of Health | Jan 14, 2019
NIH officials discuss evidence and principles underlying the U=U concept
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How Government Shutdowns Impact Healthcare
How Government Shutdowns Impact Healthcare
Mindy Levine, PhD | Jan 10, 2019
The immediate and lingering effects on agencies and people
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The Therapeutic Potential of Bioengineered Bacteria
The Therapeutic Potential of Bioengineered Bacteria
Masha G. Savelieff, PhD | Jan 9, 2019
Genetically modified microbes designed to treat human disease have entered into preclinical and clinical development
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Cancer Mortality Milestone: 25 Years of Continuous Decline
Cancer Mortality Milestone: 25 Years of Continuous Decline
American Cancer Society | Jan 8, 2019
Racial gap narrowing while socioeconomic inequalities widen
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Mayo Researchers Find 'Unacceptable Low' Cervical Cancer Screening Rates
Mayo Researchers Find 'Unacceptable Low' Cervical Cancer Screening Rates
Mayo Clinic | Jan 7, 2019
Results may prompt health care providers to find new ways to ensure patients get screened
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Viral Genome Sequencing at the Epicenter of Nigeria's 2018 Lassa Fever Outbreak
Viral Genome Sequencing at the Epicenter of Nigeria's 2018 Lassa Fever Outbreak
American Association for the Advancement of Science | Jan 4, 2019
Metagenomic nanopore sequencing enabled early, real-time characterization of the pathogen
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Clinical Trial Launches to Develop Cancer Breathalyzer
Clinical Trial Launches to Develop Cancer Breathalyzer
Cancer Research UK | Jan 3, 2019
The first test of its kind to investigate multiple cancer types
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Obstacles to Developing Tailored Normal Test Ranges
Obstacles to Developing Tailored Normal Test Ranges
John A. Bilello, PhD | Jan 2, 2019
Large data sets hold promise, but major challenges remain
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Multicenter Trial Supports Use of Topical Antibiotics in NICU Babies
Multicenter Trial Supports Use of Topical Antibiotics in NICU Babies
University of Maryland School of Medicine | Dec 28, 2018
Researchers tested the effectiveness of a topical antibiotic in eliminating Staphylococcus aureus colonization in hospitalized infants