Fixing chronic back pain is possible only when patients understand how much it is produced by the brain, not the spine.
A team of scientists wants to accelerate research into a genetic disorder by using CRISPR to copy unique mutations from affected children into pigs.
Han Clevers pioneered lab-built mini-organs that can serve as models of disease
Twists and turns in science and policy are not necessarily products of malevolence
In rich countries half of cancers are now survivable. And better understanding means that more cures are coming, says Natasha Loder.
Overgrowth of mutant blood cells is common in older people – and a risk factor for serious disease
A recent study revealed that stents are likely ineffective at relieving chest pain. Why didn’t we know that?
Despite rapid tests, health workers undertreat malaria – and overuse antibiotics – a big new study shows