Could the common cold virus help to treat a deadly cancer?
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New insights may help us understanding and target the spread of tumours.
Many people survive traumatic injuries, only to die from multiple organ failure in hospital, and we still don't...
The sea urchin may be a good model for understanding how immune responses work in humans and other vertebrates.
A new development in the fight against cancer.
A new technique to grow replacement bile ducts for patients with liver disease.
A new imaging technique makes better and faster diagnoses, even during surgery.
How do RAF pilots deal with the intense pressure on their hearts?
How echocardiograms allow us to peek inside our ticker.
For a tuberculosis infection to progress, around 50 bacterial cells need to infect a single immune cell.
Can one pill make us run for longer AND gain less weight?
Will we ever beat cancer?
Taking antibiotics during pregnancy may lead to behaviour changes in your child.
The Toxoplasma gondii parasite builds a scaffold inside human and other animal cells to help it multiply and cause...
Artificially-produced antibodies switch off tumour's "don't eat me" signal...
Scientists have completed a trial for the ebola vaccine on captive chimps, but could this be the last one?
People with OCD find it hard to learn when something is safe, which could explain why treatments don't always work...
With PrEP drugs unavailable from National health services for many, some are taking matters into their own hands.
Should we fund PrEP on the NHS?
What is HIV, how do you catch the infection, and what could be behind the recent reduction in cases?
What's it like to be able to hear again with a 'bionic ear'?
Vaping seems to be safer than smoking, but is it causing more teenagers to take up the habit?
AI did as well as a panel of doctors when searching for skin cancer.
A pancreas transplant between a mouse and rat has reversed the symptoms of diabetes.