Vice President Mike Pence visited Minnesota's Mayo Clinic on Tuesday to learn about a new coronavirus testing "moonshot," but he did not wear a mask, despite the medical center's policy requiring them.
By Steve Karnowski, Associated Press
Individualized medicine, in which treatments are customized based on a patient’s unique DNA, is a rising field. Along with an ever-expanding genetic database, it offers tantalizing promise for solving some of medicine's most daunting challenges. But individualized medicine also carries…
By Miles O'Brien
Although Will Mayo rose to become an assistant in surgery and a demonstrator in anatomy at Michigan, one of his professors told him he would never succeed in medicine.
By Dr. Howard Markel
A new study published this week found that online symptom checkers often give inaccurate diagnoses.
By Andrew Mach
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
Parliament's House of Commons just approved further testing on "three-person babies", a technique that would use the genetic material from three people to create a healthy baby. It's a misleading term, scientists say, and it doesn't explain why for some…
Estimating the Soaring Price Tag and Other Costs of Dementia Care…
In the latest in a series of conversations with key players in the health care debate, Jeffrey Brown speaks with Robert Laszewski, president of the consulting firm Health Policy and Strategy Associates and opponent of a public insurance option.
The Billings Clinic sets out to provide top-quality health care at a low cost by integrating doctor visits, hospital care and surgery. Betty Ann Bowser reports.
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