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Washington Post
She finally had a baby naturally — with a 24-year-old frozen embryo.
Washington Post
When Tina Gibson got married seven years ago, the 26-year-old knew it was unlikely that she would have children naturally. Her husband, 33-year-old Benjamin Gibson, had cystic fibrosis, a condition that can make men infertile, the couple told CNN. The ...

Los Angeles Times
FDA approves gene therapy to fix mutations that can lead to blindness
Los Angeles Times
In a decision that accelerates a new era for gene therapy, the Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved a DNA-altering medication that can reverse an inherited form of progressive blindness. The FDA's blessing makes Luxturna, a treatment for ...

New York Times
A Federal Ban on Making Lethal Viruses Is Lifted
New York Times
Federal officials on Tuesday ended a moratorium imposed three years ago on funding research that alters germs to make them more lethal. Such work can now proceed, said Dr. Francis S. Collins, the head of the National Institutes of Health, but only if a ...

Salt Lake Tribune
Model Lauren Wasser lost a leg because of toxic shock syndrome. Here's what she wants you to know.
Salt Lake Tribune
(Richard Shotwell | Invision | The Associated Press) Lauren Wasser arrives at the 5th annual People Magazine "Ones To Watch" party at NeueHouse Hollywood on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Los Angeles. By Lindsey Bever | The Washington Post. · 13 hours ago ...

TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Report: Despite relatively high rate, too few Minnesotans get flu shots
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Barely more than half of Minnesotans got a flu shot during the fall and winter of 2016-17, said a report released on Tuesday. But the state's 51.7 percent flu vaccination rate was the seventh-highest in the country, according to “Ready or Not ...

Lansing State Journal
Lansing sues drug companies over opioid epidemic
Lansing State Journal
GRAND RAPIDS - The city of Lansing is suing 21 drug companies, distributors and retail pharmacies that it says helped fuel the national opioid epidemic, which, in turn, put an economic strain on the city as it was forced to address the problem. The ...

kwbe
Electric fields therapy shows promise for brain cancer patients: Study
ABC News
Home-based electrical field treatment known as tumor-treating fields, or TTFields, holds promise in helping patients with glioblastoma, the same type of brain cancer for which Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, is receiving treatment, according to a new ...

Washington Post
FDA takes more aggressive stance toward homeopathic drugs
Washington Post
The Food and Drug Administration on Monday proposed a tougher enforcement policy toward homeopathic drugs, saying it would target products posing the greatest safety risks, including those containing potentially harmful ingredients or being marketed ...

Scientific American
An Electrical Brain Switch Shuts Off Food Cravings
Scientific American
Could the temptation to dish up seconds (or thirds) be curtailed with an implant under the skull? By Simon Makin on December 19, 2017. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on Reddit. Email. Print. Share via. Google+; Stumble Upon. An Electrical ...
Study Shows Rat Lungworm Prevalence Amid Prevention Campaign
U.S. News & World Report
New research on rat lungworm disease shows that almost 94 percent of rats in the Hilo region are infested with the parasite that causes the meningitis-like disease. Dec. 20, 2017, at 1:32 a.m.. Study Shows Rat Lungworm Prevalence Amid Prevention ...

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