A new study suggests some Americans are more susceptible to esophageal cancer, and it’s linked to where they live. More research is needed to pinpoint the relationship.
A study drug safely minimizes severity for those with a painful eye condition, a new clinical trial at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center has found.
Researchers found that allocation of rehabilitation services differs by ethnicity, which may help explain why Mexican-Americans have worse outcomes after stroke.
Tissue and blood samples taken from patients can hold the keys to biomedical discovery. But the research community must consider patient privacy, a new perspective says.
Why do so many babies fall victim to infections that invade the gut, but others don’t? Research in germ-free mice yields important clues.
A new review finds that a family history of prostate cancer should not automatically exclude low-risk patients from an active surveillance approach.