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How Bat Genomes Could Help Make You Healthy
A new genetic analysis shows how bats avoid disease and live exceptionally long lives--information researchers could use to design drugs for people.
Human Vaccine Cures Prostate Cancer in Mice
It’s a story of mice and men with huge implications: Mayo Clinic researchers and collaborators from the UK have apparently...
Brilliant 10: Christopher Love, the Cell Tracker
With his ability to analyze individual cells over time, he’s learning which ones make for good drugs, which cause allergies, and which cure disease
Scientists May Have Discovered a Cure for the Common Cold (and Lots of Other Viruses)
A new virus-killing technique could hit the market in just a few years
The Next Phage
How to heal an infection that defies antibiotics? Another infection. Doctors in Eastern Europe have used lab-grown viruses to safely cure millions of wounds. So why can't we do the same here?
HIV Resistance Through Oral Sex?
A new study suggests repeated exposure can help produce resistant antibodies
I Want Your Antibodies
New research says our immune systems dictate attraction