Find out how doctors are using a new technology -- 3-D mammography -- to improve the chances of detecting small, early stage breast cancers in women.
Improving the accessibility, quality and cost of health care delivered around the world is a tremendous challenge -- especially when good country-by-country data is hard to come by.
Even though the overall number of Americans dying from head and neck cancer has steadily decreased since the 1970s, the chances of African-Americans dying from head and neck cancer are still 18 percent higher than their Caucasian counterparts. Scientists now think they understand why.
A new law signed by President Obama paves the way to reverse the longtime ban on letting HIV-infected people donate their organs for transplantation after death, a move that offers hope to thousands of HIV patients on transplant waiting lists.
More and more physicians are participating in blogs or on Facebook and Twitter -- but is a massive physician presence online beneficial for patients?
A Johns Hopkins undergraduate biomedical engineering student team has won the top prize in a national Collegiate Inventors Competition for devising a new way to improve the way life-saving shocks are delivered to hearts -- learn more about the PrestoPatch system.
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