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A 30-year-old medical puzzle leads researchers to develop a new molecular therapy.
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New ctDNA assays could make more metastatic melanoma cases detectable.
Using left-handed DNA to better monitor and control PCR.
A miniature sensor speeds up the diagnosis of HIV
Point-of-care testing is a valuable resource that we need to bolster with high standards
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In Punjab, a dengue fever hotline has evolved into a sophisticated forecasting tool
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