(CNN) — For an athlete, an Olympic medal is a priceless possession. But for Polish discus thrower Piotr Malachowski, his winning medal may be an opportunity for something bigger. Malachowski took home
Particles that might hold markers for cancer pass through a silicon obstacle course that sorts them by size. Cancer starts small—at the nanometer scale, as DNA, RNA, and proteins develop harmful defects.
New research suggests that the range and quantity of microbes that live in our guts could have a powerful effect on a range of conditions including depression, MS and obesity A gut full of diverse microbes
As a nation, we’re all feeling a little anxious right now. In the uncertain days following the Brexit vote, Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, warned that “economic post-traumatic stress” might
A cancer patient who has become the first woman in the UK to give birth after having frozen tissue from her ovaries re-implanted said she was "astonished and overjoyed" at the success of the treatment.
A new type of cancer drug designed to unleash the immune system is revolutionizing treatment for advanced melanoma, lung cancer and other malignancies. But some patients who initially respond to the therapy