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More than 5,000 surgery centers can now serve as makeshift hospitals during COVID-19 crisis

More than 5,000 surgery centers can now serve as makeshift hospitals during COVID-19 crisis

As coronavirus spreads widely, millions of older Americans live in counties with no ICU beds

As coronavirus spreads widely, millions of older Americans live in counties with no ICU beds

Experts provide evidence to support the feasibility of coronavirus mobile app for instant contact tracing

Experts provide evidence to support the feasibility of coronavirus mobile app for instant contact tracing

During a pandemic, states’ patchwork of crisis plans could mean uneven care

During a pandemic, states’ patchwork of crisis plans could mean uneven care

Racial, socioeconomic disparities found among patients with HPV-positive oropharyngeal cancer

Racial, socioeconomic disparities found among patients with HPV-positive oropharyngeal cancer

Study highlights the prevalence of alcohol use among cancer survivors

Study highlights the prevalence of alcohol use among cancer survivors

A reality check on artificial intelligence: Are health care claims overblown?

A reality check on artificial intelligence: Are health care claims overblown?

Texas law highlights dilemma over care for patients with no hope of survival

Texas law highlights dilemma over care for patients with no hope of survival

Authors take in-depth look at risks associated with medical AI/ML systems

Authors take in-depth look at risks associated with medical AI/ML systems

Mystery surrounds gene edited babies one year on

Mystery surrounds gene edited babies one year on

Women treated for early-stage breast cancer may develop invasive breast cancer

Women treated for early-stage breast cancer may develop invasive breast cancer

NIH offers support to address ethical challenges associated with clinical research advances

NIH offers support to address ethical challenges associated with clinical research advances

Rapid progress in brain organoid research prompts ethical debate

Rapid progress in brain organoid research prompts ethical debate

Patients would like to be asked before using medical data for research

Patients would like to be asked before using medical data for research

How moral distress leads to erosion of clinicians' moral strength in health care systems

How moral distress leads to erosion of clinicians' moral strength in health care systems

“Mini Brains” in the lab show electrical activity similar to a preemie’s brain

“Mini Brains” in the lab show electrical activity similar to a preemie’s brain

Machine learning reveals links between genetic factors and behavior

Machine learning reveals links between genetic factors and behavior

Superstar athletes popularize unproven stem cell procedures

Superstar athletes popularize unproven stem cell procedures

Many women skip scientific conferences because of family obligations, study finds

Many women skip scientific conferences because of family obligations, study finds

New tool promotes greater sharing of clinical trial data by pharmaceutical companies

New tool promotes greater sharing of clinical trial data by pharmaceutical companies