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Researchers are arguing against the increasingly prominent trend of offering genetic testing to determine a patient’s risk for breast cancer until the efficacy and accuracy of the tests can be better determined, according to a report from Reuters. Certain tests–recently popularized after their...
According to Reuters, an FDA approved study is analyzing the efficacy of ecstasy to ease debilitating anxiety or depression in terminally ill patients. Researchers from the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies hypothesized that patients who undergo MDMA psychotherapy, under trained...
A recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology has reported that a genetically engineered herpes virus may be an effective treatment for melanoma, reports CBS News. The modified type 1 herpes virus immunotherapy destroys cancerous cells both alone and in conjunction with other treatments. These...