For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, BioSpace gathered examples of recent breakthroughs in breast cancer treatment.
Michigan State University researchers Sophia Lunt and Richard Lunt found a common ground that could lead to cancer diagnostics and therapies.
Researchers with NYC’s Columbia University published research showing how one of the genes that has definitely been tied to schizophrenia, SETD1A, works to increase risk of the disease.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration reported 1,171 generic drug approvals (935 full approvals and 236 tentative approvals) for fiscal year 2019, up from the previous all-time record total of 971 during 2018.
Yale University researchers developed a new system dubbed Multiplexed Activation of Endogenous Genes as Immunotherapy (MAEGI) that hunts down cancer cells.
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found further evidence that microglia are the key link between the accumulation of abnormal proteins, including beta-amyloid and tau, in the brain and the actual brain damage observed in Alzheimer’s patients.
Doctors studying lung tissue from people with vaping-related injuries have ruled out one diagnosis as a probable explanation of how vaping harms the lungs, further deepening the mystery over the exact cause of hundreds of illnesses in the United States.
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine have identified a key switch that has the potential to eliminate dormant HIV reservoirs.
Allogene Therapeutics inked a research collaboration deal with Stanford University to work on a novel nucleic acid delivery system for CAR-T therapy.
Healthline Media and the National Alliance on Mental Illness announced the winners of the Healthline Stronger Scholarship, which is awarded to four university students around the U.S. for their commitment to academic and professional pursuits in mental health.