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Disease Area Cardiovascular

On Thin Eyes…

| Jed Boye | 2 min read

Researchers probe the relationship between cardiovascular risk factors and inner retinal thickness


Tools & Techniques Analytical science

The Truth’s in the Tooth

| James Strachan | 3 min read

Detecting biomarkers of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in naturally shed baby teeth opens the door to diagnosis

Tools & Techniques Imaging

When You Hear Hooves

| Geoffrey Potjewyd

The sound of hooves doesn’t always equate to horses; untangling the overlap between Sjögren’s syndrome and dry eye may take some nerve (imaging)

Disease Area Neurological

From Viral Video to Magic Medicine

| Angus Stewart | 2 min read

In 2014, the Ice Bucket Challenge raised millions; eight years on, we have an FDA-approved therapy

Research Field Neuroscience

Viewing the Inaccessible

| Geoffrey Potjewyd | 2 min read

The brain and cerebral vasculature are notoriously difficult to access – is OCT the key to the door?

Disease Area Cancer

Does Your Blood Know You Have Cancer?

| George Lee | 2 min read

The red flowing through us might just be the next melanoma diagnostic tool.

Tools & Techniques Imaging

Mapping an Uncharted World

| George Lee | 2 min read

There’s an unmapped world within the tumor’s microenvironment

Disease Area Cancer

Finding Markers For Liver Cancer

| George Lee | 2 min read

Early detection is crucial for liver cancer patient outcomes – and a new tsRNA might be the marker we’re looking for

Tools & Techniques Imaging

Pixel Peep

| Jed Boye | 3 min read

A new retinal scanning technique allows researchers to take a closer look at how well our photoreceptors are working.

Disease Area Infectious diseases

An Unlikely Source of Inspiration

| Olivia Gaskill | 2 min read

Why is the BCG vaccine an all-rounder for protecting against multiple bacterial infections?

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