News and Articles About Medicine
The Napster founder and former Facebook president created the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, which will focus on using the body's immune system to combat cancer cells.
Lab-grown organs, muscles and limbs are still a work in progress, but hold plenty of promise for patients, doctors and entrepreneurs.
Glassdoor revealed its list of the top 25 jobs on Wednesday.
Virtual reality is becoming increasingly useful when it comes to the medical field.
The new handheld microscope uses tiny mirrors and optical beams to zoom in and quickly create image scans at the cellular and subcellular level.
The original idea for Pfizer's famous little thrill pill has nothing to do with keeping it up.
The so-called 'liquid biopsies' are opening up new doors in medicine.
A well-designed printing process can help low-income diabetics get the care they need.
The FDA approved the DigniCap for use in the U.S. this week.
The experimental bandage glows green when it comes into contact with unfriendly bacteria, alerting medical staff when a wound is infected.
When a surgeon decided to try something new four decades ago, it changed the face of a sport.
Created by a 22-year-old New York University student, Vetigel stops bleeding in seconds.
Interim analysis of a trial to protect against the deadly disease has been shown to, thus far, be successful.