(Reuters) – Cellectis has won U.S. regulatory approval to run an early clinical trial using its gene edited cell therapy product UCART123 for blood cancers, boosting the French biotech firm’s ambitions in the hot area of cancer research.
One in four teens who vape say they’ve used e-cigarettes for an alternative technique known as “dripping,” new research finds.
Beef from Brazil, avocados from Mexico, lamb from New Zealand, wines from South Africa and green beans from Kenya — food shopping lists have a distinctly international flavor.
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea confirmed a case of foot-and-mouth disease at a dairy farm, the country’s first outbreak less than a year, its agriculture ministry said on Monday.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli government committee gave an initial nod on Sunday for the export of medical marijuana in what could be a windfall for companies in Israel, widely regarded as a leader in research in the field.
What happens to the human body after a year on the International Space station, floating in zero gravity? The Twins Study — comparing data from before, during and after astronaut Scott Kelly’s mission in space with those of his identical twin brother, retired astronaut Mark, back on Earth — is giving researchers a better idea than ever before.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico has confirmed the first case of microcephaly linked to the Zika virus, the health ministry said on Friday.
(Reuters Health) – U.S. patients may have lower mortality rates if their doctors were trained at foreign medical schools rather than at American universities, a recent study suggests.
Bernadette McLaughlin’s world turned upside-down on April 16, 1990, when a visit to the doctor revealed a surprising breast cancer diagnosis.