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Adjusted rates for cervical cancer do not decline until age 85, signaling a need for ongoing surveillance, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine



A Biological Psychiatry special issue


More research needed to determine whether easily identified patient characteristics can help doctors choose the best drug for each patient, according to a new study in Personalized Medicine in Psychiatry


Improvements to animal testing protocols could boost credibility and usefulness, say leading scientists




African American children who reported experiencing discrimination were almost twice as likely to suffer from asthma when compared with their peers, according to a new study in CHEST


Identification of “actionable mutations” within 72 hours can shorten lag time between diagnosis and optimal treatment, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics


Pilot study suggests that a new paradigm including drug therapy, surgery, and radiation may cure previously incurable cancer, according to a new study in Urology®


Overexpression of the Cd14 gene offers protection against IBD in mice, suggesting a new therapeutic approach, according to a report in The American Journal of Pathology


Exciting survey results indicate heart team approach working well


Areas of attitude convergence among parents, children and restaurant executives offer opportunities for health promotion in restaurants, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry



Research And JournalsTechnique for ‘Three-Parent Baby’ Revealed03-Apr-2017