Phase 3 trial of supplement proposed, new diagnostic tool to be validated.
Although it’s important to have conversations about men’s mental health all year round, with the advent of shorter days and colder weather, November in particular can be a challenging month for some people.
This interview delves into the pioneering world of xenotransplantation and the evolving landscape of gene editing, with Dr. Wenning Qin, SVP, Innovation & Process Development at eGenesis.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) recently released an update of its lung cancer screening guideline to help reduce the number of people dying from the disease due to smoking history. The new guideline recommends yearly screening for lung cancer for people aged 50–80 years old who smoke or formerly smoked and have a 20-year or greater pack-year history.
Research shows a blood sample analysis may detect cancer earlier in individuals with Li-Fraumeni syndrome.
By getting vaccinated, you significantly reduce your risk of contracting the flu and help limit the spread of the virus within the community. Dr. Nancy Waite, pharmacist and professor at the University of Waterloo, researches vaccine access, education and delivery. Waite answers some key questions about this year's flu vaccine.
Staff on Edmonton’s Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital units improve care by finding out what matters
5,000 kits to be handed out to women in under-screened populations
A new analysis shows that the monkeypox, or mpox, virus (MPXV) is rapidly diverging into several lineages characterized by mutations resulting from continued interaction with the human immune system, suggesting that the virus has been circulating in humans since 2016.
Federal prosecutors allege that this nurse practitioner ordered more genetic tests for Medicare beneficiaries than any other provider during 2020