By Laurie McGinley Laurie McGinley Reporter covering health and medicine Email Bio Follow NEW ORLEANS — New immunotherapy drugs are showing significant and extended effectiveness against a broadening of
Like a man on a flying trapeze, K.T. Jones has leapt from one medical study to another during his 15-year struggle with cancer, and he has no doubt that the experimental treatments he has received have
This is the kind of leap I am talking about. The status quo wants a faster horse. The innovators want something else entirely. Our children with their unique set of exceptionalities may be the next innovators
A poet who has autism explains why the condition is not a barrier to working as a live performer. "Autism isn't just about being introverted, it's about finding ordinary social interactions difficult,"
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Human Journey I do ponder what the hunter-gatherers will say to the farmers one day. Will there be any left? Will they preface any such dialogue as they do today–reminding the farmers that Michael Jordan
People with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder who are involved in crime are less likely to reoffend when on treatment than not, a Swedish study shows. Earlier studies suggest people with ADHD are
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