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New research shows the feasibility of improving early detection and prevention of pancreatic cancer

New research shows the feasibility of improving early detection and prevention of pancreatic cancer

Study highlights global fertility decline and its implications for the future

Study highlights global fertility decline and its implications for the future

Study highlights growing burden of neurological disorders worldwide

Study highlights growing burden of neurological disorders worldwide

Revolutionary stem cell culture method produces full model of human central nervous system

Revolutionary stem cell culture method produces full model of human central nervous system

Adapting problem-solving techniques used in engineering to boost medical innovation

Adapting problem-solving techniques used in engineering to boost medical innovation

Experts question Pfizer's failure to inform pregnant women of safety signal in GSK RSV vaccine trial

Experts question Pfizer's failure to inform pregnant women of safety signal in GSK RSV vaccine trial

Is health a human right? The American College of Physicians answers with an emphatic YES!

Is health a human right? The American College of Physicians answers with an emphatic YES!

New recommendations released on ethical development and use of AI medical devices

New recommendations released on ethical development and use of AI medical devices

Tumor debulking does not impact quality of life in metastatic colorectal cancer, study finds

Tumor debulking does not impact quality of life in metastatic colorectal cancer, study finds

New framework for ethical microbiome research practices that include Indigenous communities

New framework for ethical microbiome research practices that include Indigenous communities

Poll: Majority of older adults oppose use of life expectancy in cancer screening guidelines

Poll: Majority of older adults oppose use of life expectancy in cancer screening guidelines

Occupational exposure to reinforced concrete production is associated with adverse respiratory health

Occupational exposure to reinforced concrete production is associated with adverse respiratory health

Newborn screening for neurodevelopmental disorders may cause more harm than good

Newborn screening for neurodevelopmental disorders may cause more harm than good

American Heart Association releases new policy guidance for patient data collection

American Heart Association releases new policy guidance for patient data collection

Experts warn of unintended consequences of using GLP-1RAs to treat childhood obesity

Experts warn of unintended consequences of using GLP-1RAs to treat childhood obesity

Parents and clinicians reach consensus on pediatric decision-making

Parents and clinicians reach consensus on pediatric decision-making

The NIH ices a research project. Is it self-censorship?

The NIH ices a research project. Is it self-censorship?

Lab-on-a-chip technologies offer new ways to assess stored red blood cells

Lab-on-a-chip technologies offer new ways to assess stored red blood cells

Simple juice concentrate from the Japanese plum may reduce cardiovascular disease risk

Simple juice concentrate from the Japanese plum may reduce cardiovascular disease risk

Inter‑hospital transfers during the pandemic were complex and distressing

Inter‑hospital transfers during the pandemic were complex and distressing

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