Medical companies are exhorting expectant parents to protect their babies from diseases that lie ahead.
From swabbing your cheek to saving a life.
They’re designed by AI and made of frog cells.
In a study in mice, the drug pull stem cells out of the bone marrow quickly and efficiently.
A major mehhhdical advance.
And some went on to have healthy babies of their own.
They can sprout new tails in the span of a month.
Gene editing could be allowed soon—but only under very specific circumstances
Amy Karle aims to connect the body and technology
Stem cell-stimulating fillings could change dentistry and save your teeth
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