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Each year, more than one and a half million women in the United States undergo a breast biopsy. After a breast biopsy, a pathologist evaluates the tissue to provide a diagnosis for the patient and her doctor. The results can range from normal or benign cells, pre-cancerous cells to invasive cancer. A new...
A recent 60 Minutes episode reports cutting edge research being conducted at Duke University in an effort to find a new way to kill cancer cells. The polio virus is remembered by many as a plague which left millions paralyzed until the development of a vaccine in the 1950s. Phase 1 trials being conducted at...
According to Reuters, GlaxoSmithKline's experimental Ebola vaccine will be moving to the second phase of its trial and expanding to several additional countries in February 2015. Currently undergoing Phase I trials in the U.S., Switzerland, Britain and Mali. Additional trials are set to begin in Cameroon,...