- Intestinal malrotation affects one out of every 200 or more babies born in the U.S. Some cases are diagnosed right after birth, but one woman had to wait over a decade before she found relief.
- Levodopa is the best-known treatment for Parkinson’s, but it can cause some other debilitating side effects. Now, researchers at the University of Arizona are testing an old drug, in addition to levodopa, to see if it brings relief.
- People diagnosed with early-stage cancer have a greater chance at beating it. But when that cancer has spread, the odds are much lower. There is a team of researchers working to stop these dangerous cancer cells from spreading.
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