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A look back at the most widely read science and treatment news we covered this year.
As a result of the investment in cancer research, NCI was in a strong position to make key early advances in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Funding will support research on conditions including fatty liver disease, liver cancer, asthma and chronic kidney disease.
With further testing, the antiviral proteins might be used as a nasal spray to prevent or treat COVID-19.
Novel therapies, improved technologies and a better understanding of the immune system could yield broad dividends.
People with cancer not only are at increased risk for severe COVID-19, they also face treatment interruptions due to the pandemic.
“Over 40% of the vulnerable population in the U.S. lives within 5 miles of a CVS Pharmacy location, so we have a chance to engage them.”
Collins has led the NIH under three presidents over more than 12 years.
The Hispanic/Latino Cancer Survivorship Study will unpack the cultural, biological and medical influences on post-cancer life.
The Senate-passed bill memorializing Henrietta Lacks aims to address underrepresentation in cancer clinical trials.
Researchers hope to combine gene editing with a less toxic stem cell transplant. Findings may apply to cancer and other illnesses.
The World Health Organization coordinates efforts to create flu and COVID-19 vaccines and to fight other global health issues.
Infectious disease researchers worry about their ability to continue working as supplies of N95 respirators dwindle.
A non-animal based model could potentially help replace dogs in future trials with new informatics tools.
More than 300 organizations call for more funding for the National Institutes of Health.
Many cancer studies exclude desperate, sick and healthy patients by design. Is time to change policy?
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