Cancer often returns after successful therapy, but why?
New findings could help scientists develop treatments for the condition known as ITP.
New research will help physicians better identify blood relatives of lupus patients at risk for developing the disease.
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The findings were published in the Jan. 25 issue of Nature Genetics.
OMRF’s Ken Miller is using a simple worm to solve complex questions.