A way of life that keeps cells young in one region of Costa Rica

It glows when a cancer drug is active inside the brain, identifying which medications cross the blood-brain barrier.

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Tiny circles of DNA harbor cancer-associated oncogenes and immunomodulatory genes promoting cancer development. They arise during transformation from pre-cancer to cancer, say Stanford Medicine-led team.

A Q&A explains how hypnosis can be effective against pain and why some people are more hypnotizable.

Scientists have identified how virtual interactions stilt our conversations and what that looks like in the brain.

Researchers harnessed the skin’s immune response to bacteria to create an immunotherapy — delivered by swab — that treats aggressive tumors in mice.

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