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Ultra-Long Acting Pill Offers New Hope in Eliminating Malaria
BWH investigators and collaborators have created a swallowable capsule that can stay in the stomach and deliver medicine for up to two weeks or more.
Molecular Signature for Aggressive Brain Tumor Uncovered
New findings suggest that a routine test can be used to identify which patients may require intensive clinical management and surveillance.
Will Unanticipated Genetic Mutations Lead to Subsequent Disease?
New research suggests that persons carrying a genetic mutation in certain cancer and cardiovascular conditions are at greater risk for those conditions regardless of family history
Elucidating Sex differences in Alzheimer’s Disease Risk
Study of memory function in early midlife period pinpoints changes linked with menopause
Activation of Two Genes Linked to Development of Atherosclerosis
two new potential drug targets for treating arterial diseases such as atherosclerosis identified