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A symposia on ion channels highlight advances in cancer and cystic fibrosis and a novel way of controlling muscle cramps.
The pendulum shifts in PSA screening, ancestry and childhood cancer and growing vocal cord tissue. This week in Abstract Science.
With concerns mounting over adipose-related therapies, the FDA weighs in with guidance that addresses the question: When is a stem cell a drug.
Immunotherapy and Alzheimer's, a fresh look at pig-to-human organ transplants, and gene therapy's shocking price tag. This week in Abstract Science.
Two web-based tools have improved how we collect and share animal data on specialized colonies, allowing us to reduce the number of animals used in biomedical research.
Surgery to treat diabetes, circulating biomarkers for breast cancer, a 'gotcha' moment for superbugs, and tracing the plague's roots. This week in Abstract Science.
A breakthrough towards the routine adoption of the tiered approach in bioanalysis.
New ACS guidelines underscore the need to weigh the pros and cons of a longstanding screening strategy.
At the annual AALAS meeting, the near doubling of presentations on PCR of EAD shows how much this alternative health monitoring tool has grown since we first reported on it two years ago.
Processed meats and cancer, a germy Space Center, a gene-shuffling malaria parasite and a global microbiome proposal. This week in Abstract Science.