Therapeutics for one could work in the other, suggests the latest Cancer Genome Atlas study.
A Houston hospital announces a $3 billion project to reduce deaths from eight cancers.
The rodent recovery spurs hope that humans could one day benefit from similar treatments.
The laws of thermodynamics must apply to self-replicating systems. Now one physicist has worked out how
A robotic leg prosthesis controlled entirely by brain waves could be a game changer for victims of spinal cord injury
Although Eli Lilly's anti-amyloid compound fails to slow decline in two large trials, patients with mild forms of the disease show some benefit
Researchers use DNA sequencing to identify the molecular basis of a patient's unique but beneficial response to an experimental cancer drug.
In a world of limited resources and expensive treatments, the question of who to treat and when needs careful assessment
Researchers at Harvard encode information in DNA at a density on par with any other experimental storage method.
Geneticists say they have finally settled the debate over when and where our ancestors had sex with Neanderthals