In a recent study published in JAMA Dermatology, researchers identified patient- and tumor-level melanoma features in black individuals.
Liquid biopsy method uses methylated cell-free DNA to identify, classify, and quantify tumor burden and type
Clinical laboratories can play a critical role in helping doctors to order correct tests and interpret the results.
A groundbreaking research study is being launched in Iqaluit to explore wastewater monitoring as a tool to detect and prevent the spread of tuberculosis (TB) in Nunavut.
"We showed that retinal images could be used to predict the future risk of both ocular disease and systemic disease. This could potentially help with disease prevention. If we know from someone's retinal image that they are at high risk of developing glaucoma or cardiovascular disease in the future, we could refer them for follow-up screening or preventative treatment."
Researchers have developed a platform that combines automated experiments with AI to predict how chemicals will react with one another, which could accelerate the design process for new drugs.
In a recent cohort study published in the British Medical Journal, researchers investigated the risk of cause-specific and all-cause mortality in Swedish individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) as compared to matched unaffected individuals or siblings.
A new study suggests being born very preterm may have a significant - but potentially reversible - impact on an adult's health
MASH is expected to surpass hepatitis C as the main cause of liver transplantation in the US
A European consortium of 19 partners has been awarded over €6.5M by the European Union to study psilocybin to treat psychological distress in people with progressive incurable illnesses requiring palliative care. This is the first time the EU has funded a multi-site clinical study into psychedelic-assisted therapy.