There was cautious optimism about the ability of Canada’s medical laboratories to innovate in ways that advance patient care, while recognizing the ongoing challenge of adequate lab staffing and budget constraints
Using DNA extracted from teeth of people who died before, during and after the Black Death pandemic, an international team of researchers were able to identify genetic differences that dictated who survived and who died from the virus.
Researchers were surprised to find that the majority of antibacterial activity of the could be directly linked to one chemical, triclosan.
A team at University of Texas (UT) at Arlington illustrate how a new device measures hemoglobin more accurately in individuals with darker skin pigmentations.
Improving pathology workflows using a new deep learning-based virtual staining framework
In a recent study published in the journal Free Radical Biology and Medicine, researchers screened for neuroprotective compounds against Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Noninvasive ICP monitoring methods exist, but they suffer from poor accuracy, lack of generalizability, or high cost. This study aims to resolve those issues to improve patient treatment.
TTMV-HPV DNA levels are often undetectable in patients without neck masses
Despite all of the exposés, shows, and podcasts, one of the biggest questions followers of the Theranos case have is how Holmes and Balwani were able to fool so many people.
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