Mutation discovered in cannibal tribe might stop deadly brain disease ABCNews: While studying the cannibalistic Fore population in Papua New Guinea, researchers found many people had a genetic mutation that appeared to protect them from
Experimental drug regrows damaged body tissue Yahoo: Researchers at Case Western Reserve and UT Southwestern Medical Center developed an experimental drug treatment that repaired damage to the colon, liver and bone marrow in animal models.
Shellac manicures could be causing cancer WBNS-10TV: Elma Baron, professor of dermatology at the School of Medicine, discussed the potential dangers of a shellac manicure that used ultra violet light. “There’s already one report where they
How deadly is a brain tumor? Now the DNA can tell NBCNews: Andrew Sloan, professor of neurological surgery at the School of Medicine, talked about a new method that more accurately predicts the seriousness of
The Department of Defense’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program awarded Kath Bogie, adjunct assistant professor of orthopaedics, a $561,850 grant. Bogie, who is a principal investigator with the Advanced Platform Technology Center of Excellence at