A long-term study of young marijuana users shows measurable changes in the brain’s reward system, shifts that may put them at risk for addiction.
A University of Michigan team developed new technology to separate aggressive stage 0 breast cancer from nonaggressive forms, eventually aiming to guide treatment paths.
Multidisciplinary collaborations can promote a new understanding of microbes’ human and ecological impacts.
In inflammatory breast cancer cells, the gene RhoC controls cell metabolism and regulates energy — a ‘vulnerability’ future treatments could exploit.
Researchers examined the DNA of lymphomas that occur in and around the eye, and found several mutations for which targeted therapies are being tested in other cancer types.